Forum Added for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Recently, Samsung announced the newest model in its Galaxy Note lineup. The Note 8.0 comes in as the smaller sibling to the full-size Note 10.1, the tablet that was awarded most productive tablet of the year in the XDA Holiday Guide 2012.
Despite the smaller size, The Note 8.0 shares quite a lot of internal hardware in common with the larger Note 10.1. Both devices feature the Samsung Exynos 4412 processor and share a 1280 x 800 screen resolution, although the Note 8.0 has a slightly higher clock speed and ppi. While some may not favor the device’s ‘tweener size, others will find the increased portability a welcome change from full-size tablets.
Those interested in talking about Samsung’s latest tablet tech can do so by visiting the newly created Galaxy Note 8.0 forums.
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