Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 gets priced early in Austria, might retail for €450

by: Bams SadewoJanuary 29, 2013


After being treated to numerous leaks about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 last week, things seem to have calm down a bit – but not fully. Less than a month away from its expected unveiling at the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, we’re now getting some scoop on the possible price of the 8-inch tablet.

As reported by Mobile Geeks, several online retailers in Austria have begun putting the Galaxy Note 8.0 up on their websites. The GT-N5100ZWA model, which comes with 16GB internal storage, carries a price tag of €450 – €480. As for the 32GB Galaxy Note 8.0, or the GT-N5100ZWW model, the price ranges from €490 – €550.

While the two models above come with 3G connectivity, you can also expect to see a WiFi-only variant of the Note 8.0 (GT-N5110), which recently made a stop at FCC.

Considering that the tablet hasn’t even been announced yet by Samsung, it goes without saying that the prices above haven’t been confirmed. Interestingly, some of the stores said that the Note 8.0 will be up for grabs starting from February 19, a week before MWC starts. We find this rather odd and unlikely, but maybe they know something we don’t.

Would you be flabbergasted if the price for the 3G variant starts at €450?

  • Jan Larsson

    Staples Germany are apparently suggesting Feb 19th with a €320 price tag. Source:

  • jalal

    Very expensive


    • K.

      Indeed, too expensive. I rather buy a Nexus 10 or wait for MWC and Google I/O.

      • jalal

        I wait for google I/O

        My nexus 7 3g. Still good

  • Filip Justin

    Not really expensive, it’s a bigger Note 2 so the price is somewhat simmilar..

  • wrong plan Samsung!
    i think many people prefer iPad Mini