(TS) – Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet last month at Mobile World Congress 2013, in Barcelona. The tablet was showcased at the trade fair, but only the white version of Galaxy Note 8.0 was seen at MWC 2013. However, the folks over at PhoneArena have been tipped on the fact that Samsung plans to launch different color option for Galaxy Note 8.0. Aside from the white-themed Galaxy Note 8.0 that we’ve already seen, Samsung will also release a Charcoal Black variant.
The device itself has an 8-inch 1280 x 800 display, and is powered by a quad-core processor and has 2 GB of RAM.The real selling point of the Note 8.0 over other smaller tablets is the S-Pen. There are so many unique and useful features that the S-Pen offers, that really make the Galaxy Note 8.0 a very appealing tablet. I really think that the charcoal black version looks better, and really gives the Note 8.0 a classy look.
Among the features is Smart Stay, which uses the front-facing camera to make sure that you are still awake. Once you start sleeping, so does your tablet. And with Android 4.1.2 installed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will have Project Butter making sure that the UI is responsive and smooth. Google Now pushes out the information you need (traffic, weather, sports, stock quotes) when you need it.
So what do you guys think about the Charcoal Black version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0? Will you go for this color, or stick to the Marble White version that has already been seen?
Tags: Charcoal Black, Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
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