Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″ Pictured, Heading For T-Mobile Next Month?

We’ve had a number of indicators that the SGH-T779 was heading for T-Mobile store shelves thanks to the FCC, Bluetooth SIG governing body and our own sleuthing. With the image above, we’re finally able to “confirm” the SGH-T779 as the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″, the newest tablet for T-Mobile making its way to store shelves sometime next month. As it turns out, the Samsung “Toba” from the leaked roadmap we acquired back on October 12th actually referenced “To Be Announced” and not a brand new device. I have no problem admitting that I feel a little foolish for thinking it was a top-secret codename.

My own foolishness aside, the SGH-T779 is finally nailed down as the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″ and not the Galaxy Note 10.1″ as some had surmised. No word on pricing or a bona-fide┬árelease date, but we’ll keep our ears to the ground and update as we get more info.

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  • Magenta Madness

    I guess this is why there hasn’t been any tabs avail…waiting on this?

  • jessejames111981

    the nokia line, the htc one line, the tab2 over the note 10.1… Tmo needs to stop getting the short end of the stick on devices.

  • Is it going to support adobe flash player?!!

    • terryjohnson16

      I would say no, since the tablet will most likely launch with ICS 4.1 or 4.2. Adobe won’t allow flash to be installed on devices past 4.0.4.

      • fixxmyhead

        it will work if u side load it on 4.1 and up

    • trickinit

      If you root it, yes.

    • Bklynman

      I read that they are afraid of Apple sueing them,that they won’t support any android devices past 4.04like terry wrote.

  • atari37

    The Note 10.1 would have been a better device. What’s with the ugly white background T-Mobile has been using on their devices lately? I feel like it takes away some of the beauty of their latest devices.

  • Wifi only or are T-mobile 3G/4G bands included?

    • john

      i do not believe T-Mobile would sell a device that didn’t have 3G/4G capabilities. thats what Walmart is for