Just like we reported earlier, the Samsung Galaxy Note has found its way to AT&T. This AT&T model has a few characteristics differentiating it from the unlocked model. First, there are no physical buttons on the bottom. There are instead four capacitive buttons. Second, there is an LTE chipset in this handset for use on AT&T’s new LTE network with very promising speeds. The last difference is the 1.5 GHz processor instead of the 1.4 GHz processor found on the unlocked version. Since, Samsung did not come out and say that the 1.5 GHz processor will be Exynos, it is likely that it is not. The 1.4 GHz Exynos is probably better than the 1.5 GHz processor on the AT&T variant. The device still does seem snappy though.
The devices will come in either blue or white on an unannounced date.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is a remarkable device with it’s 1.4 GHz dual core processor and 1280 x 800 Super AMOLED Plus display. Citizens of the United States will be able to finally buy one “in the coming weeks” through Verizon.
Amazingly, this LTE version of that Galaxy Tab 7.7 is still only as thick as the international version (7.9 mm). There is no information on when a Wi-Fi one will be available.
Unfortunately, it will launch with only Honeycomb 3.2 instead of Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung will most likely upgrade this device to Ice Cream Sandwich eventually though.