Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 official press event was take place in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2013 in February. Back on that time, the Korean giant suggest that this tablet will be available in the market before the end of Q2 2013. However, there is no information about which mobile carrier or retailers that will sell the device in United States. So, when will Galaxy Note 8.0 reach statesides?
If you’re still remember, Galaxy Note 8.0 is now tagged with official build number GT-N5120. Off course this will apply to all of the International version of the tablet, which suppose to only support for 3G+WiFi connectivity. Today a mysterious device with model number SGH-I467 spotted at Bluetooth SIG certification. According to the classified document, this device is same as Galaxy Note GT-N5120, except for the fact that the SGH series carry on 4G LTE radio that compatible with AT&T network!
AT&T has not make any official statement about this, but off course there is no doubt that Galaxy Note 8.0 will soon head to the mobile carrier. After all, all AT&T devices are usually tagged with model number SGH-I4xx. I have no idea when the mobile carrier plan to sell this product. Galaxy Note 8.0 is probably the first tablet PC from Samsung that designed with phone-orientation. It also has phone call capability and running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean since it’s first day. Those of you who are looking for medium-sized tablet with phone-esque design should consider to grab this one.