Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Price, Release Date Updates

By Matthew Klickstein , Mar 26, 2013 01:18 PM EDT

Samsung, the company that just can't stop bursting at the seams with new and better devices every few months, is continuing its line of tablets with the forthcoming Galaxy Note 8.0.

First announced in February 2013, the Samsung Note 8.0 will boast an 8-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It will also run Full HD video at 30fp. The Note 8's processor will be a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos and it will run on Android Jelly Bean 4.1.

As for release dates, we now see that, according to one online retailer as relayed by Tech Radar, we can expect the Samsung Note 8.0 to come out in a few weeks.

Tech Radar points to Carphone Warehouse's revealing that the Note 8.0 will come out as early as April 2013.

The site does remind us Carphone Warehouse will only be selling the Wi-Fi version "with no mention of the 3G variant."

Expansys has the Note 8.0 available for pre-order now. Pre-orders are available both for the Wi-Fi only and 3G + Wi-Fi iterations.

Although originally Tech Radar reported the Samsung Note 8 would cost you as much as £599.99 (approximately $900) — at least according to Expansys — the site updated its pronouncement with good news for anyone looking to get a Note 8.0 without totally breaking the bank.

"There was an error on 3G/Wi-Fi Note 8.0," a spokesperson for Expansys told Tech Radar. "We are still waiting on official pricing from suppliers and will update once we get it through."  

Whatever the price might be for the Samsung Note 8.0, we're certainly looking forward to getting our hands on one. With the release date supposedly set for early spring, it looks like we'll be able to do so sooner rather than later. Look here for more information about the Note 8.0 as it comes in.

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