The Galaxy Note 8.0 is a tablet from Samsung, designed to fit into the range between the smaller Galaxy Note II smartphone and larger Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. Like the other members of the Galaxy Note line, it features support for an upgraded version of Samsung's S Pen, this time following hover support with 3rd party apps and control of hardware keys. It also has an 8-inch, 1280 x 800 screen, up to 32GB of internal storage, and a quad-core, 1.6Ghz Samsung Exynos processor.
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What You Need To Know
- Will eventually be sold in 3 different models: WiFi, HSPA+, and LTE
- HSPA+ model will be able to make and receive calls
The story of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 really starts with a different device — the Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung advertised a power-user's dream device: letting you edit documents or draw with a pen, do more than one thing at a time, and even take handwritten notes like it's 1746 or something. Oh, and be a tablet and do all the things a tablet should. The Galaxy Note 10.1 did all of those things, but didn't do a single one well, which left a previously very excited Nilay Patel very sad indeed.
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