Samsung Galaxy Note 8-inch confirmed: report

Another new screen size is apparently on the way for the Samsung Galaxy Note line

January 21, 2013
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Korean news website iNews24 recently reported that Samsung will be announcing a new 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Note at Mobile World Congress, according to Engadget.

This confirmation reportedly came straight from JK Shin, head of Samsung mobile.

Engadget noted that if the device in question is the “GT-N5100” for which benchmarks appeared late last year, it could have a 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 1280×800 display.

None of these details were confirmed, however.

Source: iNews24
Via: Engadget

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