A 10.1-inch, WiFi only Samsung Galaxy Tab has just passsed an FCC filing and we’ve got a bunch of sketchy blueprints to prove it. When we last heard from Samsung’s lightly Touch Whizzed Honeycomb tablet it had a slightly different model number than the GT-P7510. Back then it was known as the GT-P7100 and it was a slighty thicker variant than the one the one we see here. Reportedly, after seeing what they were going up against with the iPad 2, Samsung went back to the drawing board to create an even more competitive product and I must say, I think they’ve done a great job. We don’t know too many specifics on any upgrades done to the internals, but I expect them to remain relatively the same as the previous version.
I think if Samsung can keep this tablet competitively priced, we might see their tablet sell out all over the country just like the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. And if it’s one thing Android needs to bring to Apple’s table, it’s some hefty tablet competition.