The Galaxy Tab is really shaping up to one awesome tablet, and if this latest rumor from the Wall Street Journal turns out to be true, a lot of people will be able to experience it for themselves.

Apparently, "three people familiar with the matter" told WSJ that Samsung already has deals with Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T that involve a certain 7-inch tablet - deals similar to the ones made for the Galaxy S line of phones. Obviously, this means more people would be able to experience the wonders of Android blown up to a 1024x768 resolution on a 7" diagonal display (although, if you ask Google, there aren't many to be had yet).

WSJ also claims that Samsung will announce these variations of the Tab at their September 16 event which we'll be covering. This would line up perfectly with the writing on the invitation, which teased Samsung's "latest Android-powered device." Now, if Samsung can just load the Sprint version of the Tab with 4G capabilities, consider me sold - I'll be picking up one of the ten million devices they plan to ship this year like clockwork.

Source: Wall Street Journal