Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1, also known as the SHV-E230S, made an appearance on the FCC today, sporting an LTE logo and 16GB of storage. The device won approval for the use of WCDMA bands II and V, GSM band 850 and 1900, dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth. Interestingly, although the device bears an LTE logo, above, FCC filings for the SHV-E230S did not include approval for the use of LTE bands. Not to worry, these filings are likely to come later.
Last week Samsung’s WB200F WiFi-enabled digital point and shoot hit the FCC, and today another WiFi camera from Samsung made an appearance on the FCC. Dubbed the WB800F, the device appears to be another addition to Samsung’s WB line of digital cameras, which already includes the WB150F and the aforementioned WB200F.
Samsung hasn’t formally unveiled the WB800F yet, but with two FCC filings in about 7 days we’d expect that Samsung will be announcing an update to their WB line of digital cameras soon.
Capping off a rather busy day for Samsung at the FCC, the company’s XE303C12 Chromebook won FCC. The 11.6-inch device features a 1.7GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The XE303C12 has a traditional ultrabook form factor measuring only 0.69-inches thick. However, the XE303C12 is one of the first PCs to use Samsung’s Exynos 5 dual-core 1.7GHz processor.
Samsung unveiled its first Windows RT tablet, the GT-P8510, back in August and today the device made an appearance on the FCC. The 10.1-inch tablet won approval for dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC. FCC documents do not reveal much about the device, although we do get a look at the back of the ATIV Tab in label photos above. A close look at the ATIV Tab’s label shows that this is the 32GB version of the device.
The ATIV Tab’s FCC approval comes just in time for the launch of Windows 8. Samsung hasn’t announced a release date for the ATIV Tab yet, but the device is expected to be unveiled by the end of October.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note II smartphone made an appearance on the FCC today, winning approval for dual band WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC. The device was also approval for GSM/GPRS/EDGE bands 850 and 1900, which correspond to AT&T’s service in the United States. FCC documents did not include any mention of LTE bands – approval for LTE may be coming in an upcoming FCC filing.
The Galaxy Note II will feature a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display and a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 processor. The device is expected to be released next month.
Various versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 have hit the FCC since the device launched last year. Recently, internal photos of Samsung’s CDMA LTE version of the device were released, giving us a look inside yet another one of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets.
Internal photos of the device show a familiar NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor as well as flash memory from Sandisk and SDRAM from Samsung. Check out the gallery below for more pics of the device.