AT&T announces Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 with 4G LTE

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Now with 4G LTE

Rabid internet users rejoice! AT&T announced today the addition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 with 4G LTE service to its line of products.

According to a press release from AT&T, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will be "available exclusively with AT&T in the coming weeks."

AT&T currently covers more than 200 million people in the U.S. with expansion plans to cover 300 million people by the end of 2014.

With their 4G-LTE service cropping up in more devices, we expect this goal will be achieved.

Galaxy Note 8.0's specs ... so far

The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with a 1.6 GHz quad core processor and 4,600 mAh battery all weighing in at 12 ounces.

Additionally, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will boast an 8-inch display with with 189 pixels per inch and will play videos in 1080p.

The 5-megapixel rear facing camera with digital zoom will be able to shoot 720p video while the front facing camera holds 1.3-megapixels.

All your videos and pictures will be stored in a 16GB internal memory but if that's not enough, a microSD slot for up to 32GB expandable memory is also built in. You also receive 50GB of free storage with AT&T Locker - available with an update - to easily store videos, pictures and files and access from multiple devices.

More stuff??

The Galaxy Note 8.0 seems to be targeting the business types with the inclusion of SAFE tech from Samsung which allows extra features beyond the Android capabilities promising to make the tablet super secure. Apparently, it's also easier for IT departments to manage.

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The inclusion of the S Pen - "exclusive on Samsung Note devices" - claims to offer the best precision and note taking capabilities, which would come in handy for the pre-installed Polaris Office programs.

There's no word on pricing yet, so check back with TechRadar in the upcoming weeks.