By Anton D. Nagy | January 11, 2012 7:55 AM
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note has officially made its way to the American market via AT&T — and that the international model has been out there for around four months — more details pop up indicating a sequel to the outrageously huge device.
We’ve recently seen a certain Samsung GT-N8010 get its WiFi certification; judging by the fact that the original Galaxy Note is the GT-N7000, the GT-N8010 could very well be a successor. And so could the GT-N8000 and the GT-N8013, as variants of the same possible future sequel. These two also popped up on the WiFi page getting their certifications in standards a, b, g, and n. We’re probably looking at the GT-N8000 (to come after the GT-N7000) and its two variants of some sort, the GT-N8010 and GT-N8013. MWC can’t come soon enough!