Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0

It seems that Samsung could not wait for the official opening of the Mobile World Congress , which will take place tomorrow, and has already introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0 , its a new 8-inch tablet, designed to compete head to head with the iPad mini .

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0

The device has a TFT LCD screen 8-inch (1280×800 pixel resolution) and has Android 4.1.2 and so far has not revealed what is the exact price or an exact date of release, although it is known to be produced during the second quarter.

Additionally, the Galaxy Note 8.0 has a Exynos processor quad-core A9 1.6 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of internal storage (expandable via a microSD card). None of the cameras is especially remarkable, but we must remember that, despite being part of the range of Note, this is a tablet and not a phone , and these terminals care far less for optics.

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The problem is that tablets usually give up these tools to enhance other aspects , such as the screen or the price and the first does not impress with its 189 pixels per inch . We will have to wait for the second to fairly compare Samsung team with rivals.

Where does seem to be in a privileged position is in point of dimensions ( 210.8 x135, 9×7, 95 mm ) and weight ( 338 grams ), making the Galaxy Note 8.0 one of the lightest on the market equipment in relation to its size.

Galaxy Note 8.0 Version will have WiFi and mobile internet access , and both use a capacitive stylus similar to the Galaxy Note II, S Pen , which, say from Samsung, it is becoming smarter . So, to remove adapted tools are automatically activated.

In addition, the tablet will have special features, like the ability to have multiple applications on screen at the same time, a reading mode that optimizes the resolution of the screen when reading an e-book or the option to be used as a remote control .

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