US Cellular is ready to welcome two new Samsung products, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 slate and the Galaxy S Aviator phone, both with LTE connectivity. Previously we’ve found out that the company was testing a model called SCH-R930 on the LTE network and that proved to the Galaxy S Aviator.


So, if you live in USA and want a LTE phone, go to US Cellular and get the Aviator model, that gives you a 4.3 inch WVGA Super AMOLED+ display, an 8 megapixel camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It also has a front camera and HDMI port, but the real appeal here is that you get a handset with the latest connectivity standard available. Speculations say that this model has a single core CPU, but I’m really rooting for a dual core one. Only the 1GHz frequency is confirmed at the moment.

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 doesn’t offer anything extra aside from the usual specs. I sure hope it comes without the annoying TouchWiz software layer that bugged me on the Samsung tablets. I’d have Honeycomb stock version over this any day, thanks! The tablet comes to US Cellular in March, while the Aviator will arrive in April, so you’re in for quite a wait. No trace of prices yet.

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