Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on contract at Three

News Paul Briden 15:53, 19 Aug 2013

Three is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on contract from £19.99 per month

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet is now available with UK network Three on pay per month contracts.

Samsung’s 8-inch stylus-driven tablet will be available on 24 month contract plans from as £19.99 per month with £69 up front for a 5GB data plan and up to £29 per month with the tablet free and 15GB of data per month.

There are also rolling one month plans which will require £369 up front for the device and start at £5 per month for a 250MB data allowance and go up to £15 per month for a 10GB allowance. Customers can also grab the tablet for £369 on prepay SIM card deals at three pence per minute, two pence per text and one pence per MB of data.

Three is throwing in a free 16GB microSD card with these deals as well as £100 of free digital content, including £60 of Samsung Hub content and a DropBox account.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features Wacom digitiser stylus input via the bundled-in S-Pen, which uses high-level pressure sensitivity for more accurate control. It has an 8-inch 1280x800 pixel display with a 189 pixel-per-inch (ppi) pixel density.

The device itself is a mere 7.95mm thick and features phone functionality with a SIM card, so you can make calls and text when required, as well as accessing mobile 3G data.

Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is onboard and runs smoothly on a quad-core 1.6GHz processor with 2GB of RAM. As well as the 16GB microSD card thrown in by Three there is 16GB of onboard storage too, while the battery pack is rated at 4,600mAh.

For more information check out Know Your Mobile’s full review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

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