Best Buy has already announced plans to sell a version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet soon with WiFi connectivity and without a 3G modem. Now it looks like we’re one step closer to getting our hands on the WiFi-only version of the tablet in the US, with the tablet stopping by the FCC web site for a visit.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1010 is basically the same device as the more expensive 3G enabled version. Both feature 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processors, Android 2.2, and 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel displays. But there’s a chance 3G might not be the only thing missing. I’ve been seeing rumors sugsesting this model may also lack a GPS receiver.

via Android Community, intoMobile, and SamsungHub

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3 replies on “WiFi-only Samsung Galaxy Tab hits the FCC”

  1. “But there’s a chance WiFi might not be the only thing missing. ”

    I don’t get it: does this Galaxy tab come with or not come with WiFi?

    Not having GPS would suck. The 3G is a feature I would not want. I wonder how much this little bugga is supposed to sell for.

  2. Can anyone (Brad? :)) comment on how big a lead time there usually is between a product’s FCC glamor shots and actually appearance on store shelves? Any anecdotes helpful, especially for establishing minimum lead times 🙂 I sure hope the GPS rumor is wrong, but then, I’m hoping that the Adam is all that and a bag of chips, so trying to stave off the tablet lust until I’ve seen both of these in person. (Yes, I know there are a lot of tablets in the pipeline right now, so “both” might be the wrong word, but for now the Tab and the Adam look like the standout options …)timothy

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