by April 18, 2013 0 comments

Galaxy Note 800 is a replica of Galaxy Note 2 in a bigger form. The same performance, top class entertainment, engaging and productive features that made Note 2 one of the best smartphones is available in this tablet as well.

Side by side multi-tasking, creative freedom, intuitive S-pen, Air-view and the ability to run any games on a bigger display makes the whole device not only exciting but productive too.

It has a 10-inch display with two good quality speakers placed on both sides and there is a nice front camera for calling. Its light (only 600g) and slim but a little frail because of the plastic build.

Comparatively an iPad 3rd gen (662g) feels far more robust. Note 800 has a proprietary dock, like Apple, for charging and transferring data. All its others slots are neatly stacked on the top and include a micro SD slot, SIM slot, and a 3.5mm jack.

The S-pen is bigger than the one with the Note 2 but is a lot easier to hold and use. Its 1280x800p display looks impressive and pleasing but is not as great as the iPad 3Gen, and even the resolution of the iPad at 2048x1536p is better.

It runs on quad core processor, 2GB RAM, Mali 400GPU which is so far the best seen in a tablet constitution. Its Antutu score is 15,133, which is quite impressive.

An3D Bench score of 7,922 and An3D benchXL score of 37,310 is among the highest and reflect its magnificent graphics processing. Its boot-up time is 22 sec. In Vellamo web browsing, its score of 1,760 is the best score ever by any Android device. Its battery lasted over 9 hours in our benhcmark tests.

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