AT&T announces plans to exclusively carry the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

AT&T is adding yet another device to its long roster, with this one being a tablet. It’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, an S-Pen equipped device that’ll give you unique Wacom-based input features. The device features Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to start, a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, a 5 megapixel rear camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, a 4,600mAh battery, 16GB of storage, and more.

Of course, AT&T’s version will come with 4G LTE radios inside for those who need their data radios embedded within the tablet. Other than that, though, it’s the same Galaxy Note 8.0 we’ve seen paraded around for a while now. Go ahead and watch the Mobile Minute if you need a closer look, and be on the lookout for this thing in the weeks to come. Oh, and this one is another AT&T exclusive for now — money really does talk, folks.

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  • Blkegk

    bad move on Samsung for giving att an exclusive.

    • domatau

      agreed, that’s their bad tho

  • simpleas

    Can you really not purchase it outside of att??

  • DanWazz

    On contract tablets are horrible ideas.

  • Rice2123

    Here we go again with ma..erfu..ing exclusives!!! FU.. YOU, AT&T!!!

  • Mitchel White

    if it had the phone capabilities i would grab one…

    • Guest

      the note 8 DOES have phone capabilities

      • jaycemiskel

        I believe the US version will have them removed though.

      • Mitchel White

        Watch the video, this is the model without that capability, carriers want you to have 2 devices not 1 that does it all.

        • Tony Lai

          I hope the radio are still there so that there is a way to enable it with trusted XDA.

  • Kyle Cordiano

    no thank you. I’ll get the new Nexus 7 and use my phone as a hotspot.

  • BoSamps

    I don’t like physical home buttons on tablets, even though it’s just to keep the style

    • malcmilli

      i dont like physical home buttons on anything

  • Butthurt iSheep are BUTTHURT!

    I’m getting an iPad Mini instead, something that actually works and doesn’t look like a toy.

    • Mike

      Well if you overpaying for last years tech then yea you should be very happy