Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with AT&T frequencies passes FCC
0. phoneArena posted on 20 Jun 2011, 06:09
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with a SIM card slot has been approved by the FCC with AT&T frequencies on Friday. Thus the thinnest and lightest 10" slate out there should be appearing in the carrier's portfolio at some point, for a price yet unknown...
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1. PhoneLuver posted on 20 Jun 2011, 09:10 1
To be honest, I would have preferred the original 10.1 Galaxy Tab. It had way more features and really stood out! I loved the fact that it had USB ports and expandable memory, 8MP camera etc..
This is just seems like an iPad rip-off. Although it has better specs it just lacks a bit of Samsung's character and I think they can do much better.
It seems like many companies are trying to emulate Apple on different fronts(Samsung with pin connector WTF!, Nokia with their secrecy policy, Acer aiming at producing high end tablets etc..) just show a little bit of character and dare to be different like the Asus Eepad Transformer or the Notion Ink Adam.
2. BobbyTaba posted on 20 Jun 2011, 15:21 1
They are probably gonna make it cost more than the ipad like the original galaxy tab
3. iLineHer (unregistered) posted on 14 Jul 2011, 01:09 0
I effing NEED this on AT&T o_o ...ASAP...