Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 8, Aiming To Dethrone The iPad
iPad Mini 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8 war to begin: Note 8 pictures leaked
A latest report is making us believe that Samsung is all set to unveil its 8-inch tablet in the market during Mobile World Congress. A photo is making rounds of tech blogs and this photo shows an 8 inch Samsung tablet in a Samsung booth in yet to be opened MWC. The photo confirms earlier rumors that the note looked a copycat of Samsung’s most successful smart-phone Galaxy S3. Reports suggest that the tab will come with a rather impressive 1280 x 800 pixels display.
Meanwhile there are reports about Samsung’s Galaxy Note pricing. A report suggests that Samsung’s forthcoming 8-incher will be costlier than Apple’s iPad Mini. A Bulgarian online retailer Tablet.bg shows the Galaxy Note 8.0 to begin with 699 lev, while the sale retailer sells Apple’s top selling iPad mini’s base variant at 679 lev. But as far as I known Samsung’s smaller tablet will come with far better specs that Apple’s iPad Mini offers. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be an 8 inch tablet based on Android operating system, Jelly Bean (4.2), and is expected to be released at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. The tablet has been in news since quite some time now with dedicated online forums for discussions on the device’s expected release and features. Such amount of noise has kept the rumor mills buzzing with allegedly ‘leaked pictures’ and specifications. So the rumors seem to be very accurate as far as Galaxy Note 8 is concerned. By the way taking a snap of Note 8 in yet to be opened Samsung stall at MWC can only be an insider job. The competition of next gen tablets has begun and Note 2 will take on Apple’s ye to be launched iPad Mini 2 that is also set to be introduced in the market pretty soon.
Ghosh, the imitation game continues.
Add 0.1 inches and stupid US law lets you infringe all you want.
In the end Aapl is to blame also,p fir complacency. Aapl should license some of the cheap aspects and flood the low end with cheapie imitations. But keep itunes apps of limits.
Google decided to make android so cheap, and they rule the roost.