Is the Samsung GT-N8010 the Galaxy Note II?
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Is the Samsung GT-N8010 the Galaxy Note II?



The Samsung Galaxy Note took on a unique hybrid form factor. As a device with a 1280 X 800 high resolution 5.3-inch screen, the Note could either be used as a large smartphone or a small-sized portable tablet. In the few months that the Note has been on the market, it looks like Samsung may have a successor to the device.

The Samsung GT-N8010 has just received WiFi interoperability certification. As the original Note, model number GT-N7000, is the only Samsung device thus far to bear an ‘N’ in the model number, speculation has it that the GT-N8010 may be a Galaxy Note II.

Not much is known about the device or when it will be announced or released at this time. The device is known to support dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi 802.11 a/b/g signals according to the WiFi certification.

Perhaps when the GT-N8010 will be released, it will be an Android 4.0 Ice Creram Sandwich device. The Galaxy Note was recently announced by Samsung to get upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich; that device was originally released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

Via: Unwired View



  1. ethibault

    12/25/2011 at 4:36 pm

    I would rather say an edition targeted at business users when considering the EAP methods supported

  2. Bsgdel

    12/25/2011 at 7:24 pm

    why the quick change to the phone, it hasn’t hit the states yet. what is known about the phone seems to be highly anticipated, why change?  Does this mean a better product? or just bying time?  seems when these things happen that outside influences creep in and doesn’t mean better product.  would it have been better for everyone (including samsung) if they would have just let the states have it in a more reasonable time frame? im no business major but some things don’t always seem to add up. can someone clarify things for me a bit please. thank you 

  3. mak

    06/20/2012 at 11:49 pm

    GT N8010 available in market

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