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I would like to locate a Samsung tablet with a real GPS receiver, WiFi only.

Internet fluff does not give detailed specs.

Any help or suggestions welcomed.


asked 26 Nov '22, 15:28

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Thank you.

Need to use tablet for dedicated NAV station in vehicle.

(26 Nov '22, 16:14) djglover7

Have tried multiple variations of that search. Can never get factory specs on GPS capability. Did find a few very high end tablets but I am looking for something basic.

(26 Nov '22, 17:47) djglover7

Try here. https://www.samsung.com/uk/smartphones/galaxy-s10/specs/

or google samsung galaxy tab gps without internet

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answered 26 Nov '22, 16:08

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edited 26 Nov '22, 16:24

Internet fluff does not give detailed specs.

The internet is a big place - there are certainly sites that can help you. I'd start with a GSMArena search such as this one (which finds 31 devices) and then narrowing that down via "To refine your search click here", before checking for reviews from real people of a sepecific model.

To be clear - I'm not in any way associated with GSMArena but have successfully used them in the past for specification comparisons when checking or buying devices.

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answered 26 Nov '22, 18:54

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you very much.

(26 Nov '22, 19:48) djglover7

Thank you very much.

(26 Nov '22, 19:49) djglover7

How to filter on "wifi only" ?

(26 Nov '22, 20:02) djglover7

How to filter on "wifi only" ?

I'm not sure if that's even a thing! However, even my many-years-old Samsung Tab S2 supports wifi and has a SIM card slot. Just don't put a SIM card in it; it'll still work.

(26 Nov '22, 20:07) SomeoneElse ♦

A "pay as you go" sim gives AGPS even if it has no credit left, or seems to.

(08 Dec '22, 20:03) andy mackey

Found one. Thank you for the help.

Samsung - Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 8.7" 64 GB with Wi-Fi

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answered 27 Nov '22, 11:46

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