With Samsung going ahead with the launch of their two variants of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, we thought we’d help you out determining the difference between the two (spoiler alert: the image above shows it all). The variant being launched in Australia through Vodafone is dubbed the 10.1v as opposed to the 10.1. The 10.1v is slightly smaller in terms of length and width but is 10.9mm thick, whereas the 10.1 is a paper-thin 8.6mm. The 10.1v also has a 8MP rear-facing camera capable of recording 1080p video at 24fps, whereas the 10.1 only has a 3.15MP camera snapping 720p. You’ll also see in the photos below that the 10.1v (always on the right) has a different rear design and the placement of the display is easier to see. We’re not 100% sure on this but apparently the 10.1v will not be fitted with Samsung’s TouchWiz overlay atop of Honeycomb.
For a more in-depth look at the differences, be sure to check out GSMArena. If you had to choose, which one would you go for? For me it’s the 10.1v.