Jun 17 AT 12:46 PM Dima Aryeh 9 Comments

Get the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 June 21 for just $199.99

AT&T no longer subsidizes tablets, but they are offering a bundle package that could save you money on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. The AT&T version of the tablet, which hits U.S. shelves June 21, will retain its international brother’s specs with added LTE connectivity. The Note 8.0 features an 8-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution, 1.6GHz quad core Exynos 4 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 4600 mAh battery. Not quite top-of-the-line, but enough power to pack a punch. The tablet comes standard with 16GB of memory, microSD, IR blaster, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the Wacom-powered S Pen. Features like Multi-Window, Air View and Samsung’s SAFE business ready technology are also along for the ride.

By itself, this tablet sports a $399.99 price tag with a two-year contract to AT&T. However, if you’re also interested in picking up a Samsung Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S 4 Active or Galaxy Note II with the Note 8.0, the price for the Note 8.0 drops to just $199.99. It’s a pretty good deal, if you’re willing to sign two contracts in one day. And you’ll need to get that phone alongside the tablet, because unlike the international Note 8.0 3G, this model does not support voice calling. How many of you plan to jump on this deal?

Source: AT&T

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • SGB101

    I couldn’t justify a contracted tablet. Hardly ever anywhere with out wifi, and the odd occasion I am I can just tether.

    Being a note2 owner, I would like an 8,a good size and the s-pen would be used. I find it a gimmick on the smaller note2 (not often it’s called small).

    • http://www.androidandme.com Dima Aryeh

      As an owner of both, I can attest to how awesome the S Pen is when used between the two devices. Of course, I also agree on not wanting a contracted tablet, WiFi models are better to me.

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  • slimx30

    deal? what deal? you have to sign two contracts! there is no deal here. That is a plan for suckers.

  • www.phonewbie.com

    Worst news of the day. $399 plus a two year contract? ludacris.

  • acey_zero

    This doesn’t make any sense. If AT&T no longer subsidizes tablets, then why would you sign a two year contract on an additional line just to buy one from them full price?

  • donger

    That’s expensive.

  • Mike

    I would buy this in a heartbeat if I could make regular phonecalls from it using a bluetooth headset. I’d just replace my current Note 1 with this. But alas, Samsung doesn’t see the value-add in adding that ability into it’s tablets.

    I may get a Samsung Mega instead. Wish there was a version that supported AT&T LTE though.

    • http://www.androidandme.com Dima Aryeh

      Actually, Samsung does. The international Note 8.0 3G can make phone calls, and as far as I remember, even has an earpiece. It’s just the AT&T model that can’t do phone calls.