When a phone hits the FCC, it usually means that it isn’t too long before it is released. One of the most anticipated phones at CES this year was no doubt Samsung’s giant phablet, the Galaxy Note. Included in the certification was GSM/EDGE 850/1900 compatibility along with WCDMA bands II and IV. This means that it is ready for AT&T’s fresh LTE network, and the wait shouldn’t be too much longer. Here’s to hoping the gigantic device sells well once it hits US shores, as we here at DroidDog have definitely taken interest. How do you feel about Samsung’s phablet? Is it too big for daily use? Let us know in the comments!