The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is now available in the UK, but only at the Samsung Experience Store at Westfield Stratford City in London, for the moment. That’s just for now, since Samsung’s press release says the other retail channels will be used to sell the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean tablet.
There’s even better news for those opting to purchase it from the Experience Store starting with April 15 (for a limited time), as they’ll get over £60 worth of pre-loaded content on the tablet, including a £20 voucher for the Samsung Learning Hub, a subscription the The Times, an AVG security solution, 50GB of Dropbox for two years, a couple of games, plus some other goodies. It’s pretty strange that the content only comes pre-loaded starting April 15, with the tablet available now, but Samsung probably has a reason for that.
As for pricing and version, Trusted Reviews has spoken to an employee of the Samsung Experience Store and has found out that only the Wi-Fi version is currently in stock, costing £339.
If you’re from the UK, do you plan on buying a Samsung Galaxy Note 8?
GALAXY NOTE 8.0 AVAILABLE TO BUY NOW FROM THE SAMSUNG EXPERIENCE STORE
Free content and services bundle worth £60 available with every purchase from 15th April for a limited time
5th April 2013, London, UK: Samsung Mobile UK has today announced that customers in the UK are now able to buy the Galaxy Note 8.0 from the Samsung Experience Store at Westfield Stratford City with other channels to follow. Ultra portable thanks to its 8″ screen size, the Galaxy Note 8.0 comes pre-loaded with a suite of new content and services worth over £60, at no extra cost to the customer*.
The new mid-size tablet, together with a suite of intuitive features and an evolved S Pen, gives you the ease of using a traditional pen and paper with speed, efficiency and accuracy. Features include a suite of S Note templates and tools that allow you to create, edit, manage and share documents, as well as seamless multi-tasking thanks to Quick Command, continuous text input and Multi-Window View which means the portable 8″ screen can be split and used to access a number of live applications at the same time.
A range of S-Pen apps, including Paper Artist and Photo Note, mean you can be creative wherever you are, whether on the commute to work, on holiday or sat on your living room sofa. The new Reading Mode makes it easier to read e-books, magazines and newspapers as you can optimise the settings to create the most comfortable reading experience, plus you can annotate, highlight, cut and paste text.
For a limited time from 15 April 2013*, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will also come pre-loaded with the following content and services;
- A £20 voucher to spend in the Samsung Learning Hub
- A Two Month Free trial subscription to The Times newspaper worth £32.00
- AVG Anti-Virus Pro
- Access to the Samsung Music Hub for free for 1 month
- Need for SpeedTM Hot Pursuit
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2
- 50GB Drop Box free for 2 years
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iPad Mini = £269.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 = £339
So Samsung’s iPad mini killer costs £70/$110/€83 more than its competitor?? WTF, Samsung!??
No doubt. They’ve been hitting the Korean paint chips pretty hard….
Because Galaxy Note 8.0 is so better than iPad Mini.
Note have digitizer from Wacom
Would’ve been a great price for such a product… two years ago !
I was hoping to get one of these for my brother for his birthday, but if that’s the final price, might as well get a refurb 10.1.
Wow its cool model
ok lets cut this non sense out when is the note 8 coming to the states in what will pricing be because if it cost more then a ipad this is a fail
phone style is bad