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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.0 is Officially Official; Quad-Core 1.6GHz, 8-inch and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean on Board

Who’s ready for the first official announcement of Mobile World Congress 2013? Well, Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Note 8.0. As we saw earlier today, it’s basically the Galaxy Note 2 stretched out to the 8-inch form factor you see above. The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be following the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1, and bringing along with it the S Pen and a bunch of other goodies. As far as specs go, here’s what the Galaxy Note 8.0 is featuring:

Processor: 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos Display: 8-inch WXGA display (1280×800 at 189 ppi) Operating system: Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Network: HSPA+ 21Mbps (850/900/1900/2100) Camera: 5 megapixel (rear), 1.3-megapixels (front) Video: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, DivX (1080p full HD video @ 30 fps) Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, AC3, FLAC; 3.5mm headphone jack GPS: aGPS + GLONASS (3G version) Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4 and 5 GHz; WiFi Direct; AllShareCast; Bluetooth 4.0; USB 2.0 Sensors: Accelerometer; Digital compass; Proximity sensor Memory/Storage: 2GB RAM, 32/64GB storage; microSD card (up to 64 GB) Dimensions: 210.8 x 135.9 x 7.95 Weight: 338 grams Battery: 4,600 mAh S Pen optimized features: S Note, S Planner, e-mail with handwriting integration; Quick Command; Easy Clip; Photo Note; Paper Artist; Air View; Popup Note; Popup Video; Shape Match; Formula Match; Idea Sketch Sharing Features: AllShare Play; AllShare Cast (Wifi Display mirroring and extension); AllShare Framework

So who’s ready to see what the Galaxy Note 8.0 is bringing with it for bloat ware? Quite a bit including:

Samsung Apps Samsung Kies/Kies Air TouchWiz/Samsung Live Panel Samsung Hub; Game Hub; Learning Hub; Readers Hub; Music Hub; Video Hub; Media Hub (U.S. Only) Samsung ChatOn mobile communication service (version 2.0) Smart Stay, Direct Call Page Buddy/Tag Buddy/Word Buddy Along with all the Google services.

The Galaxy Note 8.0 is going to be available worldwide in the second quarter of this year, which starts April 1st. That includes Europe, Korea, North America, South East Asia, South West Africa, the Middle Eat, China, Taiwan and Latin America. I’d expect this to be available on T-Mobile or AT&T since it is HSPA+ connectivity only, and not LTE. But we’ll be sure to keep you up to date on that. The S Pen is included which means you’ll be able to use apps like paper artist, Awesome Note, Samsung’s Chat messaging service and more. The Galaxy Note 8.0 also has multi-window, just like on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 2. It’s a good looking tablet, despite the physical buttons. Now we’ll just have to wait and see how much Sammy is going to charge for it.

As you can see in the image above, you can actually use the Galaxy Note 8.0 to make calls as well. So is it a tablet or phone? Well it looks to be both. Many people thought the Galaxy Note 2 was to big to be used as a phone, what about the Galaxy Note 8.0? Imagine holding that up to your ear for calls?

So the Galaxy Note 8.0 is now official. How many of you are going to make this your next tablet? Let us know in the comments below.

Update: The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be coming to the US with different specs.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.0 is Officially Official; Quad-Core 1.6GHz, 8-inch and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean on Board

Who’s ready for the first official announcement of Mobile World Congress 2013? Well, Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Note 8.0. As we saw earlier today, it’s basically the Galaxy Note 2 stretched out to the 8-inch form factor you see above. The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be following the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1, and bringing along with it the S Pen and a bunch of other goodies. As far as specs go, here’s what the Galaxy Note 8.0 is featuring:

Processor: 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos Display: 8-inch WXGA display (1280×800 at 189 ppi) Operating system: Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Network: HSPA+ 21Mbps (850/900/1900/2100) Camera: 5 megapixel (rear), 1.3-megapixels (front) Video: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, DivX (1080p full HD video @ 30 fps) Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, AC3, FLAC; 3.5mm headphone jack GPS: aGPS + GLONASS (3G version) Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4 and 5 GHz; WiFi Direct; AllShareCast; Bluetooth 4.0; USB 2.0 Sensors: Accelerometer; Digital compass; Proximity sensor Memory/Storage: 2GB RAM, 32/64GB storage; microSD card (up to 64 GB) Dimensions: 210.8 x 135.9 x 7.95 Weight: 338 grams Battery: 4,600 mAh S Pen optimized features: S Note, S Planner, e-mail with handwriting integration; Quick Command; Easy Clip; Photo Note; Paper Artist; Air View; Popup Note; Popup Video; Shape Match; Formula Match; Idea Sketch Sharing Features: AllShare Play; AllShare Cast (Wifi Display mirroring and extension); AllShare Framework

So who’s ready to see what the Galaxy Note 8.0 is bringing with it for bloat ware? Quite a bit including:

Samsung Apps Samsung Kies/Kies Air TouchWiz/Samsung Live Panel Samsung Hub; Game Hub; Learning Hub; Readers Hub; Music Hub; Video Hub; Media Hub (U.S. Only) Samsung ChatOn mobile communication service (version 2.0) Smart Stay, Direct Call Page Buddy/Tag Buddy/Word Buddy Along with all the Google services.

The Galaxy Note 8.0 is going to be available worldwide in the second quarter of this year, which starts April 1st. That includes Europe, Korea, North America, South East Asia, South West Africa, the Middle Eat, China, Taiwan and Latin America. I’d expect this to be available on T-Mobile or AT&T since it is HSPA+ connectivity only, and not LTE. But we’ll be sure to keep you up to date on that. The S Pen is included which means you’ll be able to use apps like paper artist, Awesome Note, Samsung’s Chat messaging service and more. The Galaxy Note 8.0 also has multi-window, just like on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 2. It’s a good looking tablet, despite the physical buttons. Now we’ll just have to wait and see how much Sammy is going to charge for it.

As you can see in the image above, you can actually use the Galaxy Note 8.0 to make calls as well. So is it a tablet or phone? Well it looks to be both. Many people thought the Galaxy Note 2 was to big to be used as a phone, what about the Galaxy Note 8.0? Imagine holding that up to your ear for calls?

So the Galaxy Note 8.0 is now official. How many of you are going to make this your next tablet? Let us know in the comments below.

Update: The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be coming to the US with different specs.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III

We’ve barely made it out of the holiday smartphone release season, and already, rumors on 2013′s most anticipated handsets are popping up online. Today, in a story about Samsung looking to China to build out their chip business, the Korea Times made mention of the Galaxy Note III, slipping in a couple key specs on the device.

According to the Korea Times, the Samsung Galaxy Note III will come with a 6.3-inch display, up from 5.5 on the Note II, and Samsung’s recently announced eight-core Exynos 5 Octa. It may seem a little early to start attaching numbers to a device that likely won’t launch until fall 2013, but from start to finish, smartphones take a very long time to produce. It’s certainly possible that early Note III prototype devices exist inside Samsung.

Of course, anything could happen in the next nine months here. But unless something crazy happens, we’ll be seeing a lot of the Exynos 5 Octa in the year to come. And as far as a bigger display on the Note III goes, Samsung has been known for outdoing themselves. I wouldn’t put a 6.3-inch smartphone past them. If Samsung were to up the ante and release a massive 6-inch phone, would you be interested? I think I’d have to sit that one out.

Via: Unwired View

(Source: koreatimes.co.kr)

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Rumored To Hit In October With Flexible Display And Jelly Bean

We’ve heard more than once that Samsung is working on a successor to their enormous Galaxy Note and now we’ve got another report of that. This one comes out of Maeli Business Newspaper in Korea and they’re claiming that this new phablet will be hitting in October so as to compete with the next generation of the iPhone. Some of the other things that they state it’ll include are an unbreakable plane display that will be flexible, the next version of Android which is rumored to be called Jelly Bean, and a quad-core processor which would most likely be the same Exynos 4 Quad that is currently found in the International Samsung Galaxy S III. One thing to note though is that they state that the design will be similar to the current Galaxy Note so maybe we shouldn’t hope for any sort of radical redesign.

These are some huge claims that are being tossed around but there is always the chance that they could be real. For now you should probably take them with a grain of salt and just hope for the best.

Maeli Business Newspaper

(Source: news.mk.co.kr)

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