Samsung seems to have begun rolling out an Android 4.2.2 update for another two devices. These latest are both tablets. Specifically, the Galaxy Note 8.0 LTE and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. As always, the catch with Android device updates is these tend to rollout by markets. And in this case it looks like we have an update beginning in the UK and France.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and the AT&T model is close to the same, however there is one key difference. That difference is in the connectivity. In addition to having WiFi, the AT&T branded Galaxy Note 8.0 also brings connectivity for the 4G LTE network. The Galaxy Note 8.0 came available with AT&T a short while back and as a result, we have recently spent some hands-on time with the tablet.
Galaxy Note 8.0 or Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. This perk is being announced in conjunction with Boingo and means one year of free hotspot access. This offer is available for those in North America and includes access to any of the 35,000 hotspots that are located between the US, Canada and Mexico.
Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet. After initially confirming the news, this afternoon AT&T is back sharing all of the details and pricing. You can get your own 4G LTE powered Note 8.0 Friday June 21st, for just $399, and even less with a bundle.
Samsung released their WiFi only Galaxy Note 8.0 slate to the market, and now those on AT&T will be able to enjoy it alongside some blazing fast 4G LTE speeds. We saw it hit the FCC so knew it was coming, but this afternoon AT&T has announced the 4G LTE Galaxy Note 8.0 will be exclusively on AT&T later this month.
Samsung isn't slowing down with the commercials and ad spots for their products, and in fact, it looks like they've learned that showcasing and highlighting features is the best route. Instead of making fun of the competition (which can be funny) their latest set of commercials shows all the features that daily users can enjoy, and this latest Galaxy Note 8.0 video is a prime example.
Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet in the US market a short while back and judging from this recently discovered FCC filing, it looks like another model may be launching soon. This other is an LTE equipped model and while we have yet to see any release details officially announced, the filing is showing support for the AT&T network. Specifically, the filing details support for the 850 and 1900MHz GSM bands as well as for LTE on bands 2, 4, 5 and 17.
Samsung. Earlier today Samsung themselves accidentally revealed the upcoming GALAXY S 4 Mini, and now we're getting our first look at the Amber Brown edition of their Note 8.0 tablet. Samsung's slowly been adding more colors to all their devices, and this looks to be the next in line.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet back in late-February during Mobile World Congress. At the time they were showing the tablet as being available on one color -- white. Since that point we have seen a few bits and pieces about additional colors coming available and as of today, we are now seeing details that another color will be released in a few months.