It’s only been a couple weeks since Samsung announced their mediocre-ly spec’d Galaxy Tab 2, both in 10 and 7-inch flavors. Reports have suggested that the 7-inch version will see a UK launch sometime in March and a recent visit to the FCC would mean it’s right on track. Looking over the FCC documents, Engadget spotted some AT&T 3G radios but other than that there isn’t much additional info to be gained. We are still unsure whether or not Ma Bell plans on scooping up the tablet or if it will end up with another carrier. Either way you can expect both tablets to be offered on one of the carriers 3G network in the near future.
The new Galaxy Tab sports a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, ships running ICS, will be available in both 16 and 32GB variations, and will come with or without 3G radios. We should be hearing something more official in the coming weeks.