If you’re one of no doubt many people hoping to get your hands on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 which runs Android Honeycomb, then we have some news which is sure to get you salivating. A Wi-Fi version of the device recently passed an FCC filing.
Not only did we find news of the pass but also blueprints of the tablet which have been sketched to prove it. The last time the Galaxy Tab took the FCC test, it was under a different model name. Now under the model name GT-P7510 the device has reportedly had one or two tweaks made in order to improve it.
This is after seeing what Apple now has to offer with their iPad 2. According to Phandroid, Samsung went back to the drawing board in order to produce an even more competitive device. No news on what the improvements are so far.
More details can be found in the article at Phandroid by clicking the link above where you will also find the blueprint drawings and what they think will happen if Samsung can keep their price competitive.
What do you think of the tablet? Would you prefer a galaxy Tab to an iPad 2? Let us know in the comments below.
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