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post #16 of 21
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I have the P6810, and it says Made in Korea on the back. Battery life is excellent, it has a Yamaha DAC (my RMAA tests are here), and current 64GB SDXC cards work in all SDHC devices once they're formatted to FAT32 instead of exFAT.

Thanks, but where did you buy yours? In UK where i live all P6800 that i know about are made in Vietnam, none in Korea, i know that micro sd needs to be format to FAT32 but then files larger then 4 gb such as 1080 movies, wont wok.

post #17 of 21

I bought mine in an Austrian brick & mortar store. I don't think it matters where it's made, since Samsung has their own factories and doesn't outsource. The 7.7 is arguably the best built tablet on the market besides Apple stuff, so I wouldn't worry about which factory it came from.

 

There's an NTFS driver available for the 7.7 on XDA-Dev, which I've used with perfect success with my SD cards - no problems playing 10GB 1080p BluRay rips from it. Once CM9 is ready for prime time, I guess ext4 format for SD will also be supported.

post #18 of 21
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Well for me it will matter where is made.I allways had Nokia phones made in Finland , and i had two made in India wich were not that good.

I have problem finding Samsung 7.7 P6800 in shops in/around LondonI want to buy one, but not online. The 64 gb micro sd FAT32 format will allow only 4 gb right?The NTFS driver available for the 7.7 from XDA-Dev will work only if the tablet is rooted?

I rather not do that and wait for ICS to come out.

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

I want to buy Samsung P6800 the 3G version of 7.7 but i want the version made in Korea, as other have Made in Vietnam and so, is the battery life good, does it have Yahaha Dac or Wolfsen?64 gb micro sd will work?Thanks

Not sure what is the DAC audio chip used in Galaxy Tab 7.7".

However for  Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0  it used Wolfson WM1811 and older model Galaxy Tab 7.0 used Wolfson WM8994.biggrin.gif

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

I want to buy Samsung P6800 the 3G version of 7.7 but i want the version made in Korea, as other have Made in Vietnam and so, is the battery life good, does it have Yahaha Dac or Wolfsen?64 gb micro sd will work?Thanks

Not sure what is the DAC audio chip used in Galaxy Tab 7.7".

However for  Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0  it used Wolfson WM1811 and older model Galaxy Tab 7.0 used Wolfson WM8994.biggrin.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

I want to buy Samsung P6800 the 3G version of 7.7 but i want the version made in Korea, as other have Made in Vietnam and so, is the battery life good, does it have Yahaha Dac or Wolfsen?64 gb micro sd will work?Thanks

Not sure what is the DAC audio chip used in Galaxy Tab 7.7".

However for  Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0  it used Wolfson WM1811 and older model Galaxy Tab 7.0 used Wolfson WM8994.biggrin.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by cyberalpha11 View Post

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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

I want to buy Samsung P6800 the 3G version of 7.7 but i want the version made in Korea, as other have Made in Vietnam and so, is the battery life good, does it have Yahaha Dac or Wolfsen?64 gb micro sd will work?Thanks

Not sure what is the DAC audio chip used in Galaxy Tab 7.7".

However for  Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0  it used Wolfson WM1811 and older model Galaxy Tab 7.0 used Wolfson WM8994.biggrin.gif

Finally managed to get a brand new Samsung 7.7 3 G  made in Korea.Now waiting for Jelly Bean 4.2 to be ported.

post #21 of 21

I just got my galaxy tab 7.7 which is the SCH-i815 Verizon US carrier version used without contract for cheap. The audio quality and super amoled plus screen is just so impressive. What kind of cases have you bought? I feel the need to cover up those micro-scratches from dragging the back on the tabletop.

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