The rumours are flying thick and fast regarding Telstra's next step in 4G after USB modems and the HTC Velocity 4G. The latest suggestion is that we'll see an LTE-enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 sometime in March. Once again it's over to Ausdroid — who were also suggesting over the weekend that Telstra would release a 4G Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note — where, as the rumour goes, we'll see the LTE-enabled 8.9 inch tablet in "late February or early March". As always, the pinch of salt rule applies; that wouldn't give Telstra much time if it's true. [Ausdroid]
Rumourmodo: Telstra To Launch 4G Galaxy Tab 8.9 In March?
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