Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will hit US stores on April 11 for $400

09 April, 2013 | Comments (87) | Post your comment

Following last weeks debut in the UK, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 8.0 will hit US stores on April 11 for a suggested price of $400.

It will be available directly from Samsung, as well as Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, Staples and others.



Accessories for the Note 8.0 will be available from mid-April. Those include Book Covers in white, grey, pink or green, USB and HDMI adapters, travel charger, etc.

The Note 8.0 will also be preloaded with content, estimated at around $200, like 50 GB of Dropbox storage for 24 months, 1 month of unlimited Music Hub streaming, etc. There's a limited $25 Google Play voucher which will be given when you register the device. The Note 8.0 will also premiere the company's WatchON service, which acts as a digital TV guide.


 

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will hit US stores on April 11 for $400 - reader comments

  • patrik69

I have an iPad Mini and it's beautiful. Much better looking than this Samsung plastic crap. And as beautiful as it is it does have one problem. It runs iOS. If tablets were supermodels iPad Mini would be Elle McPherson A slightly retarded...

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  • 2013-04-14 06:20
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  • Pariah

Who is so stupid to get a low specs like iPad Mini so we can add only $70 and get a owesome multitasking Samsung Note 8.0.

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  • 2013-04-13 10:35
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  • Anonymous

so far, i haven't found an android tablet that has good user experience. for phone, there is.

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  • 2013-04-12 10:36
  • IaHc