We've already seen a CDMA version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab leak out thanks to a dev in Israel, and an internal Verizon screen even showed that the Tab would be launching on Big Red. Not wanting to be left out of the Tab fun, it looks like everyone's other favorite national CDMA carrier, Sprint, will be launching a Galaxy Tab of their own in November. There's no pricing info to be had just yet, but at least we have a somewhat-concrete release window to look forward to, right?
Judging by their success with their Galaxy S line of phones in the U.S., it's not terribly surprising to see Samsung taking a multi-carrier approach with the Galaxy Tab, as well. Remember that we also saw Samsung's 7-inch wonder in the FCC with AT&T-compatible radios, so it seems like it's only a matter of time before a T-Mobile version makes itself known, too. Let's just hope that when the Galaxy Tab is released stateside, Samsung and the carriers are able to price it competitively so that it can give those other tablets a run for their money.
UPDATE: BGR's source has added that Sprint's Galaxy Tab will be a 4G-capable device.