Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is finally official. Samsung just revealed their new daring 8-inch tablet, and we have all the details. Live in Barcelona for MWC we've already got our paws all over it. We'd rather not call this a phablet, but this truly is because its got full phone and voice features included. We might not get the phone model in the US, at least not initially, but read on for all the details.
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Samsung hasn't forgot about their popular original 5.3-inch Galaxy Note phablet. Today we've learned that it's happily getting updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean now, and in the coming weeks and months. Initially this is for the international N7000 Galaxy Note, then other regions and eventually the US models will also enjoy the same benefits.
Samsung news lately, the company is reportedly preparing to release a new Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet smartphone hybrid. We've seen countless leaks but yesterday we might have got our first look a little early on accident. While announcing the Garnet Red color of their Galaxy Tab 10.1 you'll notice something out of place in the background. Check it out below.
Samsung announce the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 in garnet red and as today, it looks like another Galaxy branded tablet is going red. The latest is the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and Samsung will have the red model available just in time for Valentine's Day. The garnet red Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE will be available beginning on February 14. The one catch, as of now it has only been announced for one market.
Samsung, they have come by way of a reliable source of information -- the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group). Anyway, this latest round of details is showing the Galaxy Note 8.0 as heading to Europe as three different models.
This isn't the first time we've talked Galaxy Note 8.0 pricing today, but now we're hearing that Samsung's rumored tablet might be priced at €391.99. That's according to a listing spotted on Germany's Staples Direct site. To give you an idea of how costly this tablet could be, €391.99 is right around $530, so the Galaxy Note 8.0 might be pretty expensive when it finally arrives.
Galaxy Note 8.0 has made the required stop with the FCC. The filing shows a tablet sporting the model number of GT-5110, a number we previously saw associated with the 8-inch Note. The GT-5110 number also matches up with details that we have previously been told. For example, the GT-5110 was expected to arrive as the Wi-Fi only model and this FCC filing does indeed show a lack of cellular connectivity.
talk and leaks lately about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet. While we don't know all the details yet, a rather interesting device from none other than Hyundai has arrived and looks almost identical to the Note 8. Meet the Hyundai T7 tablet complete with a 7-inch HD display, priced lower than the Nexus 7, and the same quad-core processor as the Galaxy S III. Oh and did we mention it looks like a super-sized smartphone.
Galaxy Note 8.0 is shaping up to be one of the worst kept secrets that we have seen in some time. The leaks have included everything from specs to rendered images to real world images. As of today, it looks another in-the-wild style image has surfaced. We should also mention right up front, this latest has kept the same form factor and looks that we have been seeing.