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Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab meets the FCC

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Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab meets the FCC
We now know that a Wi-Fi only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab does exist. And just how do we know this? Because the chaps at the FCC had a great time with the device, even padding up the government credit cards to show the Android flavored device a great time. We also can tell from the details of the meeting, that all the Feds were interested in with this model was to check the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth operations of the pad.

A Wi-Fi only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab means not having to pay those pesky monthly 3G charges. Alas, it also means that you would have to find a Wi-Fi connection to use the tablet. You might end up paying more upfront for the device with no carrier subsidy, but a lot less overall without the monthly invoices.

source: AndroidandMe

Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab meets the FCC

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posted on 30 Oct 2010, 11:40

1. Scooterjes (unregistered)


If it still includes the GPS(and it works properly) sensor it would make a awesome navigation device. Thats waht really sucked about the iPad(besides price) was you had to pay $200 extra to get the GPS

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