How does Samsung GT-P8110 tablet pass through the FCC?

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I heard that Mystery Samsung GT-P8110 tablet passes through the FCC. But how?

Please tell me in detail.

Thanks in advance.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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How does Samsung GT-P8110 tablet pass through the FCC?

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Hello Vicky,

The Samsung tablet GT-P8110 has been made in a manner that enables it to pass through the FCC. This complicates what was initially looking to be a very simple futuristic strategy for the tech giant of Korea. The Galaxy Tab variant is not so familiar. It has got curved sides and it does not have a back antenna window.

It has got wireless features of the 16 GB model at the agency which are its conservative elements. What we can guess by now could be the mention of 11.8 inch p10 in court evidence. What is not known is if what  P8110 really represents. But as time goes more light will be shed on the FCC issue.

Regards,

Carl

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How does Samsung GT-P8110 tablet pass through the FCC?

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This is actually the reason why patents are important to legitimate products. If you have a patent for one particular product, it means that no legitimate company can copy or design a very similar product as the one you have. If there is one who tried imitating your product, you can immediately sue that company. And if the case went positive, in favor of you of course, it means big money. But of course, don’t put aside the cash flow you’ll be throwing during the trial because filing a case already means big money coming out from you.

The Samsung GT-P8110 is a tablet computer bundled with 16 GB of internal storage, NFC, as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. This tablet computer is different from previous lineups because this one has totally round corners and their present lineups have more square-like form factor.

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