Everyone believed that when Samsung released the Galaxy Tab 7” Wi-Fi only version, the only difference to the 3G version would be..the lack of 3G and all the other components would remain the same. This is not the case. After further analysis, it seems that Samsung made some significant changes to the new Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi only version which appears to have a slower GPU, older CPU and a different Bluetooth version.
The Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab is powered by “a “1GHz A8 Cortex processor” as stated in the official product page, while the 3G version provides a “C110, 1GHz, Cortex A8 Hummingbird” processor.
But there is more! It has been noticed that the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab is using the PowerVR SGX 530 GPU instead of the SGX540 as seen on the 3G version. Some users state that the performance is not that good with this GPU, lag being noticed when the notification bar is pulled down.
The last thing different between the two versions is the Bluetooth. According to the official product page, the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab uses Bluetooth 2.1 while the 3G version is using Bluetooth 3.0.
Are you happy with your Samsung Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi only version and does it perform up to your expectations? Let us know in the comments bellow.
Via : Carrypad