Saturday, January 26, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Launch Gets One Step Closer to Release

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 appears to have moved one step closer to reality. At least the Wifi version. Labeled with the model number GT-N5110, it made the requisite stop over that the FCC. Keep in mind that the model the FCC is scrutinizing is not referred to as the Note 8.0 device. We are still dealing with rumors. This is not atypical. But, all the leaked info points that direction. With the World Mobile Congress only one month away it is looking all the more likely that the Note 8.0 will be making an appearance as planned.

Just recently new photos if the device were also leaked. At least the photos are believed to be the new Note device. It is always best to take unconfirmed information with a grain of salt to a point.

Please keep in mind that the below photo has yet to be authenticated. There are several leaked photos. The snap shot below has appeared other blogs and websites.

There have also been specs floating around as well. Below are what is believed to be "preliminary" specs.

Weight: 330 Grams ( Just over 11 and a half ounces)

Dimensions: 136.3 x 211.3 x 7.95 millimeters.

OS: Android Jellybean 4.2

Processor: Quad Core

Ram: 2 GB

Storage: 16 GB

Display Resolution: 1280 x 800

Audio: Stereo Speakers and 3.5 mm headphone jack

External Memory: Micro SD (likely support up to 32 GB card)

Cameras: Rear 5.0 MP and Front 1.3 MP

Micro USB, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wifi Support

It is rumored that the device will be priced below the price of the Ipad mini. Somewhere in the $250 to $300 range in US dollars.

The 3G and LTE varients will likely be more expensive. Though no clear confirmation for them has appeared.

As was noted earlier in this article, the device is expected to show up at the World Mobile Congress.

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