Hands on Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 – An Android Masterpiece

SamsungGalaxy Note 8.0Samsung, a South Korean based electronic company, has taken the Android platform to heights that were previously unimaginable.

Currently as we speak, the Android platform ranks second amongst all the other platforms; only second to the iOS platform. All this credit should be given to the company which has continuously been able to produce outstanding, slick and well refined gadgets.

During the annual MWC seminar which was held on the 23rd of February 2013 in Barcelona, the South Korean company finally dropped the gadget that was heavily anticipated. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 was unveiled during the event that brought together most of the mobile manufacturing companies. For the first time people could look at it and simply admire the creation. What began initially as a rumor finally materialized to this breath taking gadget. Let us critically analyze the device and see if it is worth all the hype it has been getting.

The most captivating feature about this device is its 3G calling and voice recognition function. The rest of the features are pretty much similar to those found in the other galaxy note collections. The note has an 8 inch screen with 1280 by 800 resolution display which should give you an eye popping experience. As mentioned above, Samsung are the ‘team’ to beat when it comes to the Android platform. To ensure the continuity of this trend, Samsung has installed Android version 4.1(Jelly bean) to this galaxy note. Some of the other features equipped in the Smartphone include; a 1.6 GHz quad core Exynos processor, a 5 megapixel camera for a brilliant picture/video experience, a 2 GB RAM and the S-Pen to enhance touch screen abilities.

In a nut shell we can confidently say that the Samsung galaxy note 8.0 has certainly lived to its expectations.

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