Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7100 : Specs Fight!

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Samsung Galaxy Tab vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Definitive Specs Comparison Table


Detail/Feature

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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Dimensions

190.1 x 120.5 x 12 mm

246.2 x 170.4 x 10.9 mm

Weight

0.838 lbs

1.32 lbs

Screen Type

Capacitive - Supports Multi-touch gestures

Capacitive - Supports Multi-touch gestures

Screen Size

7.0-inch
1024 x 600 pixels

10.1-inch
WXGA, 1280 x 800 pixels

Video Call

Yes

Yes

Camera

Yes, Two
1.3 MegaPixels in front,
3.15 MegaPixels Camera at the back with LED Flash and Autofocus,
Video Capture: 720p HD

Yes, Two
2 MegaPixels in front,
8 MegaPixels Camera at the back with LED Flash and Autofocus
Video Capture: 1080p HD

Operating System Upon Release

Android 2.2 Froyo

Android 3.0 Gingerbread

CPU

1Ghz ARM Cortex A8 processor
PowerVR SGX540 graphics

1Ghz Dual Core Tegra 2

Internal storage

16, 32 GB options

16, 32 GB options

Expandable storage

Yes, microSD card slot, supports up to 32GB

No

USB port

Yes, USB 2.0

Yes, USB 2.0

Wifi

Yes

Yes

Internet Browser

Android Web Browser, Various

Android Web Browser, Various

Adobe Flash Support

Yes, Flash 10.1 in Browser

Yes, Flash 10.1 in Browser

Apps

Yes, Android Market

Yes, Android Market

Multi-tasking

Yes

Yes

Battery life

25 hours Talk Time on 2G

TBA

Price

Php 28,000 - 35,000
depending on store

TBA

Release date/Availability

Now available in the Philippines

TBA


I know you're probably asking yourself: "What was Samsung thinking?! Why didn't they put highly useful ports like microUSB or microSD card slot on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? What's that about?!"

The thing is, if we're going to think of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as the next iteration to or the immediate upgrade from Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000, it'd be so easy to expect the former to be leaps-and-bounds better than the former. But really, I don't think that's the case.

I'm inclined to believe that Samsung intends to promote and sell these two products at the same time, side by side each other -- with 10.1 just slightly more expensive that the 7-inch version. P1000 should appeal to users who want a smaller, lighter tablet with more ports while P7100 will be for those who want a bigger, more powerful tablet and who don't often use all those ports.

7 comments:

  1. How do you charge it without a USB port??

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  2. Hi! P7100 has a docking connector. :)

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  3. Correction : Android 3.0 is Honeycomb and Android Gingerbread is 2.3.
    Please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_(operating_system)#Version_history

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  4. if you can use p1000 as a phone, can you use p7100 as a phone as well?

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  5. Hi TechPinas, Can u please send us a quotations/pricelists for the android phones. all units of android phones? appreciate if u can send it together with the details/specs of each units? heres my email titan_cim@yahoo.com. hope to get feedback from u ASAP.

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  6. There is not microUSB on galaxy tab 7"

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  7. Yours content is good, i ve gone through some other website that give more information about samsung galaxy tab, www.computertroubletips.com/2011/06/samsung-galaxy-tab-70-review-and-price.html

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