Samsung currently offers Galaxy Note devices in two sizes: A smartphone-sized 5.5 inch model and a tablet-sized 10.1 inch model. Soon the company may expand its lineup with a new 8 inch model.
The Galaxy Note line of phones and tablets are defined by the S-Pen accessory, which is a digital pen that allows you to write or draw on the screen using pressure-sensitive input. But the Galaxy Note products also tend to have blazing speedy processors, plenty of RAM, and big batteries.
Update: It’s pretty close to official that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February.
It will reportedly feature an 8 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel Super Clear LCD display, 2GB of RAM, and run Android 4.2 software.
There’s no word on the processor yet, but the tablet will apparently be available with 16GB to 32GB of built-in storage and feature a microSD card slot for additional storage.
The tablet has front and rear cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth, A-GPS, and a 4600mAh battery.
According to SamMobile, Samsung will officially unveil the new 8 inch tablet at Mobile World Congress in Spain this February.