Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 To Get Three Variants?
The MWC 2013 is just a few weeks away and Samsung fans who are looking forward to the new Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet will be delighted to learn that the device will come in three variants. A new Bluetooth certification has revealed that the 8-inch Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, which comes with the S Pen stylus in tow, will be released in three versions in Europe.
Per an Unwired View report, the basic version is codenamed GT-N5110 and will only support Wi-Fi connectivity. The other two variants of the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet are codenamed GT-N5100 and GT-N5105 and will support Wi-Fi + 3G and Wi-Fi + 3G + LTE capabilities, respectively.
The tablets are slated to release in Europe initially, and will likely make their way to North America and Asia as well.
"The Galaxy Note 8.0 will have at least three slightly different versions: GT-N5100 (Wi-Fi + 3G), GT-N5110 (Wi-Fi only), and GT-N5105 (Wi-Fi + 3G + LTE). According to the info found here, here and here, all three are headed for Europe. Of course, we're expecting Samsung to introduce the tablet(s) in North America, too, as well as in Asia," reported Unwired View.
Rumors point to a $249 to $299 price for the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet. In January, Austrian online retailers had listed the tablet for $645.
With Samsung confirming an MWC 2013 release for the Galaxy Note 8.0, we'll just have to wait and see if we're greeted by a triad of tablets or not.