Samsung store in London is selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

Samsung store in London is selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Seen at MWC, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 had not been officially released anywhere, that is until Saturday. Samsung has officially released the S Pen supported tablet in the U.K. where it can be purchased at the Samsung Experience Store at Westfield Stratford City. The Korean based manufacturer says that several other locations will follow.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is £339 ($520 USD) for the 16GB Wi-Fi only version and the OEM is tossing in £60 ($92.03 USD) of freebies to those purchasing the tablet starting April 15th, and lasting for a limited time. The freebies include a £20 ($30.68 USD) voucher to spend in the Samsung Learning Hub, 2 free months of The Times worth £32.00 ($49.08 USD), Samsung Music Hub access for 1 month, Need for Speed Hot pursuit, AVG Anti-Virus Pro, Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 and 50GB of Dropbox space free for 2 years.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 comes with plenty of software designed for the S Pen including Paper Artist and Photo Note while all of these S Pen features allow you to work with the tablet to be as creative as possible. Multi-Windows allows you to cut the screen in half to use two applications at the same time. With the launch of the slate, Sammy now has a couple of Galaxy Note models going up against the Apple iPad. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 matches up with the 9.7 inch fourth-generation Apple iPad, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 goes screen to screen against the 7.9 inch Apple iPad mini.

source: Samsung via AndroidCentral

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