The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has just passed through the FCC, but this time around it's packing support for Verizon's 4G LTE network. We first saw the device back at IFA 2011, where it was yanked from the show due to Apple's legal claims. Despite being missing since, it has recently re-emerged and hopefully goes on sale soon.
The tablet is dubbed with the model number SCH-i815 and sports CDMA 800/1900 and LTE radios, indicating that it's heading to Verizon. The WiFi-only and HSPA+ versions of the tablet have already passed through FCC testing before and with this model finally getting approval, we're hoping to see the device on store shelves soon.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 features a 7.7-inch Super AMOLED display, which has a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution. It also rocks a powerful 1.4GHz dual-core processor and measures in under 8mm thin. For more details on the slate, make sure to check out our hands-on with the tablet at IFA as well as our comparison of the device with the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II.