Galaxy Note has been the topic of discussion at the FCC ever since the 3G variant arrived and now the 4G version of the Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T has now also reached the FCC too. The model carries the designation SGH-i717 and packs UMTS/HSPA+ (21Mbps), GSM/EDGE world radios as well as the AT&T-ready LTE bands 4 and 7. The device has received approval following emissions testing and can be expected to reach store shelves soon.
The 3G version was accompanied by a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, it could very easily be overclocked to 1.5GHz for the 4G LTE version. While the 3G Galaxy Note has been confirmed for a mid-February launch, AT&T has yet to announced its launch window for the 4G LTE model.