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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 inch [New Flagship Sprint Samsung Tablet (SMT817P)]

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A new Samsung tablet certified for Sprint (and others) went through the FCC a few days ago..

 

Category 6 UE

LTE Bands 2-4-5-12-25-26-41

Carrier Aggregation capable for Downlink operations. 2xCA B41


Looks to be one of the bigger flagship tablets (~10" ?) and will be the 11th 2xB41 CA capable device to come to Sprint. 

 

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Hmm, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5" tablet was model SMT807P.  It would make sense for the S2 to be SM-T817P.  If it indeed is, I will seriously consider picking one up on EasyPay.

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This is fantastic! Have been waiting for this one to come to Sprint.

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Any idea on a release date for this one yet?

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http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150826005584/en/Galaxy-Tab-S2-Samsung%E2%80%99s-Powerful-Tablet#.Vd3TVflVhBc

 

 

Size, storage, colors and price:

  • WiFi only: 9.7-inch, 32GB (MSRP: $499.99) and 8.0-inch (MSRP: $399.99). Color options: Black, White and Gold.
  • WiFi and LTE: 9.7-inch, 32GB. Color options: Black – AT&T, Sprint, US Cellular, T-Mobile; White – Verizon. Carriers will confirm specific pricing and availability.

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