Images Leaked Of New Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Device
Ever since the first Samsung Galaxy Note device was launched back in 2011 the range of devices has proved a big success with consumers despite initial reservations about the large screen size. Last year we saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 launched and now it looks like we are set to welcome yet another model in the form of the Galaxy Note 8.0.
It seems as though the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be joined by a bigger sibling in the form of the Galaxy Note 8.0, which as its name suggests will be sporting a massive 8 inch display. The model is not likely to replace the Note 2 in the companies range but rather sit beside it as a competitor to the popular Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle devices. It is expected that the new Note device will be officially unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2013 but pictures of the new handset have leaked prior to this event. The images show the handset sporting Samsung’s trademark bezel and it looks as though the device is made from high quality plastics leading us to believe that these latest images are indeed the real deal.
In addition to images of the exciting new model we also have a good idea about the sort of specification that this new model will be offering. Whereas the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 offers a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED that ensures the model is nearer to a smartphone device than a tablet the new device will offer an 8.0 inch 1280 x 800 resolution TFT display which ensures that the model is firmly in tablet territory. The model will be powered by a 1.6Ghz quad core processor chip and offer users 2GB of RAM and the choice of either 16GB or 32GB of internal storage capacity. A micro SD card slot will be on hand for those who want to expand further on the storage options. Other features are set to include a 5 mega pixel primary camera and a powerful 4600mAh battery.
It looks as though a new member will be joining the Galaxy Note family to sit alongside the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The new device will help Samsung to compete at the smaller end of the tablet market while the Note 2 will be an option more appealing to fans of large smartphones.