Well that didn’t take long. Shortly after getting our grubby mitts on the AT&T variant of Samsung’s Galaxy Note at CES, the jumbo phone has made its way into the loving arms of Uncle Sam at the FCC. Naturally, it’s not advertised as such, but test documents reveal that a model SGH-i717 handset packing UMTS/HSPA+ (21Mbps) and GSM/EDGE world radios, plus Ma Bell-friendly bands 4 and 17 LTE has passed the FCC’s emissions tests with flying colors. So, now that it’s got the governmental stamp of approval, all that’s left is to find out when we can make with the S Pen action on AT&T’s newly minted high speed network. Don’t keep us waiting, guys.
Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T passes through the FCC