The Samsung Galaxy Note is already being considered an undeniable success, and it hasn’t even launched in the US yet. But could Samsung already be working to release a second one? Logic tells us that of course they are, considering how quickly they’ve pushed out new Galaxy models, but it could coming sooner than you may think.
Two unknown Samsung devices have been spotted in the WiFi Alliance's database recently, the Samsung GT-N8000 and GT-N8013. While neither the N8000 or N8013 have ever been spotted before, there's good reason to believe they could be somehow related to the Galaxy Note.
The Galaxy Note carries the model number GT-N7000. So it would stand to reason that the N8000 is the Note II, right? Well, not so fast. You see in the past, the second device in a series of Samsung devices usually has a different second number, while the first number stays the same. For example, the original Galaxy S has a model number of i9000, while the Galaxy S II had a model number of i9100. So could we be looking at two totally new Samsung devices?
At this point, we're not quite sure what to think. One thing is for sure though, Samsung will be releasing some killer devices at Mobile World Congress a little over a month from now. What do you think the N8000 and 8013 could be? The Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Tab 11? Let us know in the comments.