Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab Hits FCC

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We know Samsung is planning a Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab, and we’ve even seen it priced on leaked Best Buy ads, but just in case you need further proof, the Wi-Fi Samsung Galaxy Tab has hit the FCC website.

Outside of the missing 3G data connection, the Wi-Fi tab sports the exact same specs as its cellular cousin. It has a seven-inch  apacitive touchscreen (1024 x 600), dual facing cameras, b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and it runs Android 2.2, also known as Froyo.

The Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab has the model number GT-P1010, while the 3G version goes by GT-P1000.

No word on a release date, but as Slashgear points out, Samsung filed a 180-day confidentially request from the October 7th filing date. The leaked Best Buy ad also did not reveal a release date, just a $500 price point.

The Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will cost $400 with a two-year agreement. The Verzion Galaxy Tab will run $600 with a month-to-month data contract.

Galaxy Tab on FCC

Source: FCC via Slashgear



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