Good news for everyone waiting for the feature-packed mid-size Galaxy Tab 8.9; it's just made its way through the FCC. The 8.9 inch model, now known as the GT-P7310 (check out our hands-on) will sport a dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and of course Android 3.x. Seeing it pass through the FCC testing makes us believe the "early summer" release date is still on track. Starting at $469 for the 16 GB version, it's bound to be a hit.
You can read all the test results and assorted technical details at the source link, and hit the forums for more discussion.
Source: FCC. Thanks Emeterio!
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