Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 2014 design looks good


There is a growing trend towards a tablet sized at 8-inches among many consumers and we have had a number of our readers saying that it is the perfect size, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 2014 design we have for you today certainly looks good.

Earlier today we heard about the possibility of a Nexus 8 device being released but the image that you can see on this page is a concept idea that has been created by Ancel Lim. Samsung has already provided us with the 2014 Edition Galaxy Note 10.1 which has already proven to be hugely popular, so a 2014 Edition for the 8-inch Galaxy Note makes perfect sense.

This concept would be available in both Wi-Fi only and 4G LTE variants and has a display with a resolution of 1280 x 800, but a Full HD display would be better. Under the hood is a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa core processor that would be paired with at least 2GB of RAM and running either Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or 4.4 KitKat.

The design has the same form factor as the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 but you would have thought that Samsung would actually bring out a refreshed Galaxy Note 8.0 for this year although it is highly unlikely we will see one now.

If you like this concept tablet design you may be interested in the HTC Dream we had for you earlier today.

Would you like to see a new Galaxy Note 8.0?

Source: Concept Phones.


12 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 2014 design looks good”

  1. GD says:

    Yes, would be very pleased to see Note 8 2014 edition …. in fact really wish it had come out already before I decide to buy Note 3 10.l instead as available on good deal at the moment.

  2. thewildt says:

    I have a note 8 and I would love a new one running kitkat to stand tall beside my Note 3. I know I would love to be able to use S-beam between my phone and my tablet. That would be totally sweet for sure.

  3. Ebi says:

    To me, the 8 inch is a perfect size for tablet. I still don’t have a tablet and have been waiting so long to see a good 8-inch tablet by Samsung or Google but the price of galaxy note 8.0 does not match its quality and the latter company is not apparently interested in making one.

  4. maaen says:

    Removable battery first just like in Galaxy Notes 1.2.3. This is one important factor.I cannot bring myself to spend money on a gadget with a sealed up back….ALL ARGUMENTS to justify sealed back in tablets are an excuse not allow customers the chance to extend the lifespan of tablets…. I for one will not ever fall for that marketing tactic ….and I cannot understand why no one is talking about this factor as the most important subject …..ARE WE REALLY A THROW AWAY SOCIETY ….DO GADGETS HAVE TO DIE AFTER A SPECIFIED ONE OR TWO YEAR PERIOD?

  5. max.imo says:

    It should be not larger more than the tab 7.0 in order to be folded in a suit jacket intetnal pocket and it should be sold bundled together with a smart stereo headset having a 3 inches touch oled display with message and calls functions stereo phones jack and noise reduction

  6. JMH85 says:

    This doesn’t make sense. When the Note 10.1 got released and when the Note 8 got released after, the Note 8 had slightly better specs than the Note 10.1, but they shared the same amount of ram (2GB) and the same resolution at 1280 x 800. They also shared similar specs with the Note 2 phone. The Note 10.1 2014 Edition is suppose to be a larger version of the Note 3 phone as both have similar specs in terms of processor (Note 3 slightly outperforms in some areas), but they have similar resolution and the same amount of RAM at 3GB. It would only make sense that the Note 8 2014 Edition would have the same resolution as the other Note devices in its class with the same amount of RAM and processing power and by looking at the trend it should be better (spec wise) than the Note 10.1 2014. Why the heck would it have the same RAM specs and resolution specs as last year’s Note lineup? Makes no sense…

  7. lllbenjolll says:

    To be number 1 in the tablet/phablet category. Samsung should do these
    1. Removable battery (8000mah) option
    2. Front camera @12 mgpx or higher with flash
    back camera 41mgpx with flash
    3. Screen resolution at more than 400ppi
    4. Thin bezel. Tab 3 8 looks better than note 8.
    5. Front speakers for better video viewing.
    6. Micro sd card supporting 64gb or higher
    7. Bluetooth 4 or higher
    8. LTE 3G wifi
    9. Quadcore Snapdragon 801 or better
    10. Removable battery removable battery removable battery will make your sales higher and bethe best in the tablet/phablet arena!!!!!!!!!

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