Samsung SGH-T779 Finds Its Way To Bluetooth SIG Approval

We do love the smell of fresh hardware in the air and so we bring to you the Samsung SGH-T779, a newly discovered upcoming Samsung device headed to T-Mobile. The biggest tipoff is Bluetooth 4.0, which is something we expect to see on high-end equipment, otherwise we’re pretty much staring at everything we know about the device in regards to a T-Mobile launch.

One interesting discovery upon further digging is the Product Name: Samsung Mobile Tablet(SGH-I497), which would show a product also headed for AT&T. Now, the SGH-i497 has already passed through the FCC and is believed to be the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.

For now, we’re roll with the likelihood that this is the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, though we’re certainly not calling anything 100% and leaving open the room for this possibly being something else. I wouldn’t put a whole lot of money on this being something other than a tablet however. Still, we’re always welcoming of surprises!

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  • bruce_leer0y

    I hope so

  • IRIE4IPIER

    hopefully Galaxy Note 2

  • Eldesordenaopr69

    october note 2

  • http://www.uragon.com/ Bogart

    T779 is Note 2. In 4 1

    • J-Hop2o6

      I doubt it is.

  • Wilma Flintstone

    All I know is, since Tmobile according to GSMArena has cancelled the Note, this could be the Note 2 and if it is, I’ll be buying one.

    I have a feeling though, that this is something small though.

    On another Note though, if this is the Note 2, it’s going to be some pretty upset Tmo Note 1 buyers especially if they renewed their contracts to get it.

    • Carloslacend

      The Tmobile Galaxy Note is not canceled. In the few stores that have it, is still for sale. As I have understood can not be purchased online. Here is the source http://www.businessinsider.com

  • MarcusDW

    Note 2 or GTFO!

  • UMA_Fan

    Hopefully it’s a Galaxy Note 10.1 for T-Mobile

  • Grammar Nazi

     “…though we’re certainly calling anything 100% and leaving open the room for this possibly being something else.” Something is missing…