The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is hardly a secret at this point. We’ve already seen leaked images and Samsung even treated us to a massive model of it in one of its promotional images. We’re expecting to hear the full details during Mobile World Congress, which kicks off in Barcelona next Saturday, but one blog is already providing a few new tidbits of information.
Tablet.bg says it has learned that the Galaxy Note 8.0 will hit retail stores in Europe at the end of March, and will cost around 699 lev in Bulgaria for the Wi-Fi model. That’s about $478, but we might see additional discounts if Samsung launches the device with LTE on contract with U.S. carriers. Unfortunately we don’t have a specific date in March just yet, and it’s still unclear if that date is reflective of a U.S. launch.