The Galaxy Note 8.0, which Samsung had launched just last month at the recently concluded MWC event, now has a 3G cousin as well. The tablet in its 3G avatar (which is compatible with the 800/1900 MHz 3G bands) is now with the FCC for the necessary certification process. The Wi-Fi only Note 8.0 had already made it past the FCC in January, and a 4G enabled model is most likely in the pipeline.
The tablet is based on a 1.6 GHz Exynos 4 chip, and sports a 2 GB RAM, 16 or 32 GB of internal memory, a 4,600mAh battery, along with Android Jelly Bean as the OS. However, Samsung has yet to reveal the price for the tablet, which we hope to be affordable enough to allow for a mass uptake.
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