Thursday, 28 March 2013

ZTE launches 5.7-inch Grand Memo

ZTE launches 5.7-inch Grand Memo

The phablet segment seems to be getting hotter. ZTE's latest launch Grand Memo seems fit for the category with its 5.7-inch size. The phablet category blurs the line between smartphone and tablet and places Grand Memo in competition with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Grand, LG Optimus Pro, Micromax Canvas HD etc.

ZTE Grand Memo features a 5.7-inch, high definition, 720 x 1280 display, and packs a Qualcomm 800 processor with quad-core Krait CPUs and 2GB of RAM. It comes with a 13MP rear-facing camera, 1MP front-facing camera and 1080 HD video playback. There's a 3200mAh battery.

The Grand Memo features voice-response technology which allows users to answer calls while driving, and A-GPS and car-mode navigation system for mapping and directions. It comes with a HD version of ZTE's Mifavor user interface and ZTE's Z Cloud service for the security and access-anywhere. T

Key specifications:

* Operating system: Android 4.1 (Jelly bean)

* Thickness: 8.5mm

* Screen: 5.7inch, HD.TFT, 16M color, multi-touch capacitive screen

* Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with quad-core Krait CPUs

* Battery: 3200mAh

* Memory: 16GB Rom +2GB RAM

* Mifavour UI user interface

* Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, gyro

* Camera: 13MP intelligent AF camera with face recognition and panorama, 1MP front-facing camera 


Saturday, 16 March 2013

Apple MacBook Pro MC7233LL/A

                       Apple MacBook Pro MC723LL/A 



New quad-core Intel Core i7 processors are standard on the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro. And the 13-inch models feature the new dual-core Intel Core i5 processor or the fastest dual-core processor available — the Intel Core i7. All these models use Intel’s recently refined chipsets. So its does all that mean for the new MacBook Pro models? 

Bottom line: They perform up to twice as fast as the previous generation,1 breezing through demanding tasks like editing HD video, compiling audio, or rendering a multilayered image file. 

And since OS X Lion is designed to take advantage of every processor core, it captures every last bit of performance from the processor. Whether you’re watching a movie, updating your blog, or editing photos, data has to travel from place to place to be processed. 

The latest Intel Core architecture puts the processor, cache, memory controller, and graphics engine on a single chip. Since data doesn’t have as far to travel, you get faster performance and greater efficiency. When you need more performance for things like playing 3D games, editing HD video, or even running CAD software, the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models automatically switch to discrete AMD Radeon graphics that let you see more frames per second and experience better responsiveness. 

With up to 1GB of dedicated GDDR5 video memory, these processors provide up to 2x faster performance than the previous generation. 


 Full Specifications

Processor Description

Processor  Intel Core i7
Speed  2.20 GHz
Cache   6MB


Type  DDR3
Speed  1333 MHz
Expandable upto  8GB
Memory Slots  2

Hard Drive

Inbuilt HDD  750GB
Speed (RPM)  5400 RPM
Format  2.5 inch
Optical Drive  DVD Writer

Display Features

Screen Size  15.4 inches
Maximum Display Resolution  (dpi) 1440 x 900
Panel Type  LED-backlit Glossy Widescreen display


GPU Model  Intel HD Graphics 3000
GPU Memory (shared)  384MB DDR3
HDMI Port 


Ethernet Port (Nos)  1
Ethernet Type  10/100/1000
WiFi Type  802.11a/b/g


Speakers  Stereo Speakers


USB 2.0 ports  2
Fire Wire Port 
Bluetooth  Yes, V2.1 + EDR
Built-in Camera 
Digital Media Reader  1


Battery (Type)  Li-Ion
Battery Life  7

Operating System

OS  Mac OS X v10.6


Dimensions (W x D x H)  364 x 249 x 24.1 mm
Weight  (Kgs) 2.54

Misc Bundled Software

Other Features  Hyper-Threading
- Integrated memory Controller
- Thunderbolt Technology
- FaceTime HD Camera
- Automatic Graphics Switching
- Dual Display and Video Mirroring
- Arsenic-Free Display Glass
- Rated EPEAT Gold
- PVC-Free
- BFR-Free
- Meets ENERGY STAR Version 5.2 requirements


Thursday, 14 March 2013

HP launches Windows 8-optimised ElitePad 900 tablet

HP launches Windows 8-optimised ElitePad 900 tablet


New Delhi, March 14: Hewlett Packard, HP, has launched its first ever 

10.1 inch, Windows 8 Pro operating system based, Elitepad 900 tablet

 priced at Rs 43,500 in India.

HP Elitepad 900 tablet comes with a 9.2 mm thick shell that makes it both good looking as well as easy to carry around and weighs 630 gram. The tablet utilises CNC machines aluminum casing and its display is protected by Corning Gorilla glass 2.

Elitepad 900 comes with a 10.1 inch display carrying a 1280 x800 pixel resolution. It is powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom dual core processor and gets 2GB of RAM for better application execution and multitasking.

On the camera front, HP Elitepad 900 has an 8MP rear camera with full HD 1080 p video recording capability and LED flash for illumination. 

Along with that there is a front facing camera also capable of recording 

1080p videos as well.

The tablet is available in 32GB and 64GB variants and along with that 

the battery pack that company claims will offers up to eight hours 

of backup. HP has also made available an expanded battery pack 

that can be used to extend the backup of the HP Elitepad for up to 19 hours.

Price of 62 GB variant of HP Elitepad 900 is Rs 52,490.


Friday, 8 March 2013

Best Android Apps This week..

30 best Android apps this week...

It's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps forAndroid smartphones and tablets. And after a week off for Mobile World Congress, this week's selection is a bumper crop from the last fortnight.Read on for a selection of the 30 most interesting new (as in brand new, not updates) Android apps from late February and early March. The equivalent iOS roundup was published earlier in the day.

Real Racing 3 (Free)

Its freemium timers may have proved controversial, but Real Racing 3 is still an excellent driving game, not least because the more you play and the more cars you own, the timer element stops being an issue. Anyway, the game sees you racing more than 45 cars over 900 events, upgrading as you go. The graphics are spiffing, the handling works beautifully, and unless you're philosophically opposed to in-app purchases in this kind of game – which some people are – you'll have bags of fun.

Opera browser beta (Free)

Opera's Mini and Mobile web browsers have been on Android for a long time, but this is an all-new version promising to be Opera's "best all-in-one app for Android". That means faster webpage loading, an "Off-Road Mode" designed for non-3G browsing, and a personal news feed, among other features.

Vyclone (Free)

Launched last year for iPhone, video-sharing app Vyclone's tagline is "Film together". That means you shoot video of whatever you like, then Vyclone figures out who else is filming at the same time in the same place, and stitches all your clips together into a multi-angle video. It's in beta on Android, but well worth getting in on early.

Temple Run: Oz (£0.65)

Oz again, but this time an official splicing of Disney's new film with the hugely popular Temple Run franchise. That means endless-running along the Yellow Brick Road, collecting coins and ducking dragons along the way. It's based on the latest Temple Run 2 game engine, so looks spiffing. Parents of Oz-loving children may be shocked by the prices of the top-tier in-app purchases though.

Toy Story: Smash It! (£0.65)

If Angry Birds went 3D, with the birds replaced by Buzz Lightyear and the pigs replaced by aliens, it might look like Toy Story: Smash It. A bit. Disney's new game makes for colourful knock'em down fun as you scoot around 60 levels chucking balls at the aliens' defences. The sort of game you buy for your kids, then frustrate them by hogging the device to yourself.

Amazon Mobile App for Android Tablets (Free)

Amazon sells its own Android tablets, of course – the Kindle Fire range – but this is an app for all larger-screened Android devices, designed to put a tablet-friendly user interface on Amazon's online store. You can browse products, read reviews, place orders and track them afterwards.

Skype WiFi (Free)

Skype has ported its Wi-Fi hotspot-finding app to Android, helping you identify nearby hotspots when travelling abroad, then connect to them for internet access – paying using your Skype Credit. The company charges for the time you spend connected rather than the data you use, for sessions of up to 30 minutes at a time (with the option to reconnect immediately).

Humble Bundle with Android 5 (n/a)

It's time for the latest Android Humble Bundle, an initiative where you're offered six games plus soundtracks, and can pay what you like for them. What's more, you can choose how your payment is divided between the individual developers and charities Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. This time round, the four main games are Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, NightSky HD, but if you pay more than the average ($6.65 at the time of writing) you get Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders thrown in too. Excellent games, marvellous value.

Photoshop Touch for Phone (£2.99)

Adobe took its Photoshop image-editing software to tablets a while back, but now it's on smartphones too. This app includes some of the most-used Photoshop effects to help you tweak your photos and then either share them on Facebook or Twitter, or export them to Photoshop tablet or desktop software.

Spelltower (£1.32)

Word game Spelltower was brilliant fun when it came out for iOS in 2012, and it looks just as good on Android. It sees you swiping tiles of letters to make words as they rise from the bottom of the screen, a bit like Boggle meets reverse-Tetris (I said a bit). Five modes offer depth, and the gameplay remains as addictive as ever.

Slingshot Racing (£0.69)

Steampunk racing? That's already sounding intriguing, and Slingshot Racing delivers on its quirky premise with engaging gameplay. You race around icy tracks using a grappling hook to slingshot your way around corners (hence the name). A long-lasting career mode adds depth, with up to four players able to compete on a single device at once.

Toy Story: Andy's Room (Free)

More Toy Story, but this time in live wallpaper form. Released by Disney, this features five Toy Story characters – Buzz, Woody, Rex, Hamm and the Aliens – with a mixture of animation and mini-games. All designed to provide a colourful backdrop to your Android device.

Wikimedia Commons (Free)

Another photo-sharing app? Don't yawn, there's an interesting twist to this one: it's from Wikimedia Foundation. It wants to get people uploading their photos to its free Wikimedia Commons image repository. "By uploading your photos, you can help further the goal of spreading free knowledge around the world," explains its Google Play listing.

Gun Bros 2 (Free)

Glu Mobile's Gun Bros was one of the first action games on mobile to take the freemium bit between its teeth. Now it's got a sequel, which is also free-to-play. Expect lots of guns, lots of enemies to shoot them at, and (possibly) lots of juvenile snorting at mentions of the "T.O.O.L. Wars" in the storyline.

Dragon Summoner (Free)

Dragon Summoner is also a free-to-play game, but from another popular genre: card-battling. It sees you putting a team of characters together to battle dragons, with more than 200 virtual cards to unlock, and the chance to fight against other players over the mobile network to test your strategies.

Bladeslinger (£1.99)

On iOS, Bladeslinger has been causing plenty of oohs and aahs with its graphics, as well as its swipe-based 3D battling gameplay. Now it's on (some) Android devices, with an emphasis on high-end devices – and visual tweaks for those that have Nvidia Tegra processors inside.

AVP: Evolution (£3.24)

Sadly not a mis-spelt tribute to the Tottenham manager, the "A" here is Alien and the "P" is Predator, as the movie villains face off yet again in an official movie game. You get to play as either, upgrading their abilities, weapons and armour as you go along, with plenty of shooting, running and more shooting to be done.

Just Going to the Dentist (£0.64)

No shooting or running here, just cavity-work and dentist's chairs. Oceanhouse Media's latest book-app for children is based on a famous book by Mercer Mayer featuring her Little Critter character. It's all about a visit to the dentist, with word-highlighting and voice narration telling the story.

Svpply (Free)

Svpply is a subsidiary of eBay, sitting somewhere between Fab and Pinterest with its "hand-selected" collection of products from online stores. Its app has just been ported to Android, enabling customers to follow their favourite retailers and browse products in a neat image-heavy interface.

Rivals at War (Free)

Good news if you like action-packed games with military themes: Rivals at War is exactly that. It sees you building and upgrading a troop of soldiers, then sending them off to fight on 3D battlefields, deploying tactics cards when necessary to swing the balance of power your way.

City Conquest HD (Free)

"It's not tower defense... and it's not real-time strategy," explains the Google Play listing for this new game. Yep, you guessed it: this is both. You'll be defending your own tower (well, Capitol Building) while attacking your opponent's – and those opponents are real people playing online. 20 single-player missions will train you up for the challenge.

Glam Fever (Free)

Looking for something a little less... soldiery? Glam Fever is the work of girl-focused virtual world Stardoll, and sees you kitting out an avatar in different fashion items, while making her way in the working world, and dating from a pool of "over 1 million guys". Virtual ones, presumably.

Tornado - American Red Cross (Free)

Understandably limited in its geographic scope, this app is from the American Red Cross to help people in the US "understand and prepare for a tornado and all that comes with it". It'll alert you if there's a tornado warning for your monitored locations, provide instructions on what to do, and offers quizzes to help you bone up on all this beforehand.

King's Empire (Free)

More free-to-play gaming here from Gamevil, in a strategy game that sees you playing a King in search of his crown, building an army, allying with others and developing a city to scrabble your way back to the throne. Played online against others, it's clearly going after the same gamers who liked Kingdoms of Camelot.

Cars in sandbox: Construction (£1.31)

Got children and an Android device? This is one of the growing number of fun apps aiming to provide education and entertainment for kids. In this case, the focus is on construction vehicles: a tractor, a crane, a dump truck and so on. Children play with them in a virtual sandpit, completing mini-missions or simply having fun.

The Smiler (Free)

Who predicted that British theme park Alton Towers would be releasing mobile games in 2013? Nobody, that's who. Yet here we are, with this game promoting its new rollercoaster, which is opening soon. You get to ride round a virtual version, earning points to unlock new features as you go.

Zoe's Green Planet (£2.49)

More fun for kids here, with this book-app from developer Square Igloo. It's all about a green girl on a green planet, surprised when a red family suddenly move in. Interactivity, voice narration and five educational mini-games based around colour, shapes and music look to provide an engaging treat.

God of Blades (£0.65)

Sci-fi beat 'em up God of Blades was well received on iOS, and now it's made the leap onto Android. Inspired by "pulp novel covers, classic RPG modules, and 1970s rock", it sees you fighting a succession of enemies while figuring out which weapons suit your style best.

Boardtastic Skateboarding 2 (Free)

It's only been out for a few days, but this game is already well past the 500k downloads mark. It's a 3D skateboarding game focused on spectacular tricks, with a global multiplayer mode taking your skills to the world.

Pixplit (Free)

Rounding off this week, another social photo-sharing app! Wait, come back... Design appears to be the main selling point here, with neat templates for your snaps, and the idea of "splits" where several people's photos are slotted into one overall "visual story".

That's this week's selection, but what do you think? Make your own recommendations, or give your views on the apps above, by posting a comment.
We would like to hear from you..:-)

Friday, 1 March 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4.. ready to Launch...!!

Long awaited  Samsung Galaxy S4 is all set to make its launch . Now it is officially confirmed that The South Korean Firm would unveil  the Galaxy S4 at an event on March 14th . Its been disclosed that Galaxy S4 will be introduced at a Samsung Unpacked event in New York city.

Galaxy S4 release news has set the world on fire . Though Galaxy S3 was introduced in London last year but due to heavy requests from U.S. mobile carriers , this time the venue was changed to New York .
Very little is known about this device . It is expected to be of 4.99 inch full HD screen with super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1920*1080p . It will have amazing camera clarity with 13 megapixel back camera and 2 megapixel front camera . Galaxy S4 is to be embedded with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean .

Mark this date to welcome Galaxy S4 into your lives..:)       
Samsung finally launched its 8- inch galaxy Note 8 at the four-day Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on February 25, 2013 .
Samsung  with its Note 8 “tablet” has target to overthrow Apple’s iPad Mini which was launched in November,2012. To get into competition with iPad Mini , it has made its screen size of 8-inch where iPad Mini is of 7.9- inch .
Samsung has many products of varying sizes like Galaxy Note 2 of 5.5- inch and Galaxy  Tab tablet of 10- inch . But to compete with its rivals of mid-size tablets, it has launched  an 8- inch tablet .
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has S-Pen stylus for easy writing . Apple does not make devices that works with styluses . This makes a positive point for Samsung to take over Apple.
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Monday, 25 February 2013

Apple iMac 27-inch..

There are two iMac sizes available in the newly refreshed late-2012 line with the 27-inch positioning itself as the powerful big daddy of the two. While the 21.5-inch model we've recently played with suggested itself as a kitchen computer, to be shared among the family in a communal space, the 27-inch iMac is all about getting your work done.
This is an office machine through and through, and geared towards delivering an experience that is better than a laptop, albeit not as powerful as Apple's Mac Pro range.
So can it deliver, or has the introduction of a new shape and a few other changes along the way damaged the overall experience?


It's thin, really thin, and that's the first thing you'll notice if you glance at the new iMac from the side or the rear. Apple has ditched the optical disk drive and with it the need for a big and bulky chassis to house everything.
The design, which is tapered at the back, starts off with a 5mm thick edge, before getting gradually more bulbous as it heads towards the centre of the casing, and the stand on which it floats. Not that bulbous is anything to worry about here, because it's still stunning. The actual footfall of the new iMac on your desk is minimal too, even if you include the bundled wireless keyboard and mouse.

That side profile is, for the most part, fairly pointless though as you will invariably look at it front-on during day to day use. But wow, it does look pretty.


If you are only mildly wooed by the new design of the iMac, you'll be definitely excited by the new screen. It dominates the front of the iMac, so big in fact that at times we've found ourselves moving our head to take it all in.
Sadly the iMac still isn't Retina display ready, even though Apple champions that with the MacBook Pro range, but that doesn't mean it's a sub-standard screen. Apple has worked on improving the quality of the display, and reducing the glare as much as possible, it claims. 

According to the Cupertino-based company, it has managed to reduce reflection on the screen by 75 per cent, while maintaining the brightness and contrast of previous models. So no more should casual observers make comments like, "Nice of them to include a free mirror."
Apple is able to do this by using a couple of different techniques, including one called full lamination. It is a process that basically eliminates a 2mm gap between the LCD and the glass, which in turn reduces reflection and ghosting. The technique is used by mostly by TV manufacturers and, as you can imagine, it works a treat here. It's worth pointing out, though, that this will increase the complexity of any repair substantially. 
Apple also says that instead of just slapping an anti-reflective coating to the glass in a conventional way, it has adapted a process used on smaller surfaces such as camera lenses. Called plasma deposition, it involves coating the glass with layers of silicon dioxide and niobium pentoxide.
Whatever Apple has done, it has worked, and while those counting pixels per inch will be disappointed (109ppi if you're interested) the screen is still something to very much enjoy.


All the iMacs ports are tucked around the back of the display out of the way of your eye line. That's great from a visual point of view, but also means it is difficult to find the right one without sticking your head around the back of the computer - not very attractive.
We can see why Apple has placed them where they are, all neat and tidy like ducks in a row, however when it comes to finding the SD card slot, it's frustrating and means a fumble each time you want to download pictures from your camera.

But when it comes to practicalities, you get all the ports you'll need or want. There are two Thunderbolt ports, an SD card slot for SD, SDHC, and SDXC cards, a headphone port, three USB ports, and Gigabit Ethernet. No HDMI sadly, but with the two Thunderbolt ports you should be able to easily get around this with an adapter cable. The iMac also has Wireless 802.11n connectivity as well as Bluetooth - of course.

FaceTime HD

Back around to the front, and hiding just above that lovely screen are a FaceTime HD camera and a couple of dual mics - one facing upwards, one facing backwards to get noise bounced off the wall you will no doubt put the iMac in front of. 
We tested the iMac with both Apple's own FaceTime service and Skype and were pleased with the results for both. The HD camera is 720p, which isn't as good as you could get from a dedicated webcam from Logitech or Microsoft, but will suffice for most people. That it's built-in certainly helps, and ensures your desk remains clutter-free.
Apple has also gone as far as hiding two stereo speakers in the design of the iMac that provide excellent sound. Again you could achieve better results with a dedicated system, but most will be more than happy with the performance. We certainly have been listening to music from iTunes and Spotify as well as playing games.
An ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness of the display to your room environment, but doesn't seem to have any affect on the performance of the camera.

Fusion Drive

No it is not something to do with Back to the Future II and the DeLorean, but a new technology introduced by Apple for the new 2012 iMac range that couples a standard hard drive with a flash drive to improve performance when it comes to loading apps or files.
It combines 128GB of flash storage with a traditional 1TB or 3TB hard drive. The clever bit from Apple is that the software, which you don't have any control over, works out how often you use the files and apps on your computer and stores them either on the smaller, faster drive, or the bigger slower one. The 128GB is more than enough to hold most of your most frequently used applications so they load really fast and the slower drive for keeping those files you hardly ever touch. Of course you never see any of this happening, and if it weren't for Apple telling you in the marketing blurb you would be none the wiser. 


The 27-inch iMac comes in two configurations, with further customisations beyond that if you are happy to order online.
All models come with the third-generation quad-core Intel Core i5 processors with clock speeds up to 3.2GHz and Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.6GHz. The new iMac can also be configured with a quad-core Intel Core i7 at up to 3.4GHz and Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz.
On the graphics side, the 27-inch model comes with either the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M with 512MB of GDDR5 memory or the NVIDIA GTX 675MX with 1GB of GDDR5 memory - both a considerably boost over the standard configurations of the 21.5-inch models. You can also upgrade the graphics card to the GTX 680MX with 1GB of memory, if you're feeling flush.
You also get 8GB of DDR3 memory as standard, with the ability to manually upgrade to 32GB if you really want to go for full power. Unlike the smaller Mac, a cover at the back hides the expandable RAM, making the upgrade incredibly simple. 
Our review unit was fitted with a 3.2Ghz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX card. We were more than happy with the performance for all the tasks we instructed it to perform. Those included general things, like surfing the internet, writing copy using Pages, and general tasks. It also managed well with more heavy-duty lifting: playing games, watching and editing 1080p video and editing photos with Photoshop.
Unless you spend all your time editing and rendering video day in day out you'll be very happy with the performance of the 27-inch iMac. And if you do that, getting the upgraded machine will mean it's more than able to cope. 
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Sunday, 24 February 2013

GaLaXy NoTe 8..soon to be launched..!!!

Mobile World Congress 2013 kicks-off on Monday, but that hasn't stopped Samsung from getting things rolling. The South Korea-based company has officially announced its Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, after months of rumours. 

Samsung has packed the 8-inch tablet with a 1280 x 800 TFT display (189ppi) matching the Note 10.1's resolution, 1.6GHz A9 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front camera, HPSA+21, 32GB of internal storage, and a 4,600mAh battery. It sits at 210.8 x 135.9mm, and as you can tell from the press shots, there seems to be a lot of bezel. 
Like most of its Galaxy line-up, Samsung has included its S Pen stylus. Samsung says removing the S Pen from the holster on the side of the tablet will launch adapted menus to make browsing easier. Furthermore, a new feature called Air View allows users to hover over the screen to preview videos, emails, and photos without opening the file or application in full. 
The S Pen for the Note 8.0 can control the physical menu/back buttons on the device with Wacom technology. Basically, you can use the S Pen to touch the capacitive buttons, which once only responded to a finger's touch.

Samsung has yet to share pricing and availability for the Note 8.0, but from the sounds of its announcement, there will be both a Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G model. The latter will feature Samsung's phone app thanks to the HSPA+21 (no LTE) on-board. Yes folks, you'll be able to make a call on your 8-inch tablet.
Taking HTC's approach, there is also an IR blaster on-board the 8-inch tablet, allowing users to launch Samsung's Smart Remote app and control their TV. A TV Discovery application is also provided for show listings.
Lastly, Samsung has announced a new “reading mode” technology specifically for the Note 8.0 that optimises eBooks at a resolution so users eyes aren't strained. News/social media app Flipboard will also come preloaded.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 was almost inevitable as Samsung looks to take on the iPad mini, Kindle Fire, and other Android tablets on the market. It's a bit of a cross between the company's Galaxy S III, Note II, and Note 10.1. 
Samsung says the Note 8.0 will ship internationally in Q2 with Android 4.2.1, and of course, TouchWiz.
Pocket-lint will be live at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona to bring you the latest from the trade-show floor. We expect to go hands-on with the new Note 8.0 very soon.

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