The announcement of a slightly revamped Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 this week had us raising our eyebrows. What of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 announced at Mobile World Congress last month? Vodafone had already announced it’d be carrying the tablet exclusively.
Well, as if three Samsung Galaxy Tabs weren’t enough, Vodafone has confirmed that it’ll still carry the model originally shown off in Barcleona in February. It’ll be known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1V.
The model unveiled at MWC is around 2.3mm chunkier but, on the plus side, it rocks an 8MP rear camera. The new model shown off at CTIA in Florida might be slimmer, but its rear shooter is just 3MP. Both models will have 2MP front-facing for video calling.
The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has the advantage of a MicroSD slot and three sizes (16, 32 and 64GB), while the 10.1V will be available in 16 or 32GB only.
An exact release date and price have still to be confirmed, though Vodafone reckons it's "coming soon".