Picture is purely Dipicting Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, the FCC filing it is attached to actually belongs to the Galaxy Tab 2. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice the back plate in the image above resembles the Tab 7.0 Plus — but don’t write in just yet, as the documents confirm the GT-P310 (Plus) schematic was used to disguise this new GT-P3113. The usual multimeter-and-ruler prodding revealed there’s a Broadcom radio module with 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 tucked inside. The Galaxy Tab 2 is expected to hit Europe in March but this visit to the FCC suggests we may see the tablet in the US soon enough. The Galaxy Tab 2, which was announced earlier this week. is and Android 4.0 device with a 7-inch display and dual-core processor.