London, England – Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 customers in London were treated to a special surprise on Friday when the company released the tablet with limited available.
The new mid-sized tablet went on sale at the Samsung Experience Store at the Westfield Stratford City shopping center in London
Customers began picking up the Wi-Fi only version of the device for £339. For that pricing, customers were given a modest 16GB of internal storage.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 8.0 during February’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. At the time, the company did not reveal a release date or pricing for the new mid-sized tablet. Eventually the Galaxy Note 8.0 is expected to arrive at retailers around the world including sellers in the United States.
The early release was spotted by the Android Central team while examining an announcement from the company’s flagship London store. Customers picking up the tablet were also treated to £60 worth of additional software and a £20 Samsung Learning Hub voucher.
Samsung also threw in a two-month subscription to The Times, AVG Pro, and a month of Samsung Music Hub service. Gamers can also enjoy Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, and Sonic 4: Episode 2.
In what is quickly becoming an industry standard practice, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.0 also dropped with 50GB of free Dropbox storage for two years.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 id powered by the Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The Samsung tablet is also one of the first Android offerings to sit between 7-inch and 11-inch devices.
Are you preparing to pick up the Galaxy Note 8.0 when it arrives at a retailer in your neck of the woods?