Earlier this month a Verizon roadmap was leaked onto the web that named a Samsung tablet that was on the agenda for the US carrier.

And now we know that the Samsung i800 that was listed in fact referred to the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

The revelation comes by way of a leaked screenshot from Verizon's internal system that clearly names the Galaxy Tab as being the SCHI800BKV device.

It's a similar screenshot to the Vodafone one that Pocket-lint reported on earlier this month.

It's not yet known if these networks have exclusive dibs on the Galaxy Tab, but with the tablet to get its official unveiling at IFA in the coming days, no doubt we'll have a clearer picture by the end of the week.

What we do know is that the 7-incher runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) and has Swype functionality, e-reader capabilities, HD movie playback, full web browsing (including Flash), PC link-up and, most intriguingly, video calling.

Keep checking Pocket-lint over the coming days where we'll be bringing you all the Galaxy Tab, and other news, directly from IFA.