Samsung Galaxy Tab Gets Wi-Fi Certification


Even with all of the noise about this Motorola Droid X doohickey, Samsung and their devices have been dominating the news stream lately. Yesterday, it was discovered that the Samsung GT-P1000 – more affectionately known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab – has received its Wi-Fi certification.


We all know what that means. Bluetooth SIG comes next, then the FCC, then the Global Certification Forum, and before you know it, you’re walking around with a 7-inch tablet device that looks like an oversized Samsung Galaxy S (not that it’s particularly a bad thing).


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. wi-fi and cell. The biggest phone in the world haha! But it means you can use it in the park and still have internet.

  2. Where does it say it has phone capability? Any idea on price?

  3. I read somewhere that you have to use bluetooth to use the phone.

  4. dave, see where it says Category: Phone, dual-mode (Wi-Fi and cellular)

  5. I want both

  6. That would be about the size that Shaq would need if he wanted an EVO relative to his body size, heheh.

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