The sources inform us that Austrian stores are going to ask €450 – €480 ($600 - $645) for the 16GB version of the Note 8.0, while the 32GB will have a price tag of about €490 – €550 ($655 - $740). Needless to say, the device is still unofficial, so these prices may not be exactly spot on, but we've got to admit that they do seem pretty likely. If that turns out to be the case, the Note 8.0 will be one costly device for what it's going to be. Not that we doubt in the excellent features that Samsung is going to pack inside the plastic casing, but come on - it's just an 8-inch tablet!
Still, let us not jump to conclusions this early, because things may be completely different once Samsung unveils the Note 8.0. Thankfully, we won't have to wait long for that, as MWC is starting on February 25. It's worth mentioning, though, that some of those forward-looking Austrian stores have reported that the device will be in stock on February 19, so who knows, we may even get to see the Note 8.0 in its full beauty even earlier than expected.