Looks like both the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 leak we’ve recently seen and out hunch that it was real were spot on. This latest set of pictures depicting the upcoming device in real-life seem to be a perfect match with what we’ve seen leaked previously. Today’s leak comes from Italy and completely strips the Galaxy Note 8.0 of its secrets.

Both the front of the device (above) and the back (below) are exactly like in the previous leak. This means that the rounded corners of the Nexus 10 are meeting the Galaxy S III/Galaxy Note II design principles. There is of course a very thin chance that this is a prototype and that the final version, on display in Barcelona next month, will be slightly different.

As far as specs are concerned, the screen appears to be the one rumored, of eight inches with a 16:10 aspect ratio resolution of 800 x 1280. Visible in the picture is the back-facing camera sans flash, probably one of five-megapixels, in addition to the 1.3-megapixel front-facing webcam. While nothing is certain at the moment, we can expect a quad-core processor as well as 2GB of RAM once it will be unveiled at MWC.

While the previous leaks indicated that there will be a stylus, the S-Pen is not visible in these images, because of the fact that it is most probably holstered in the lower left corner of the back of the device.

Let us know what you think of the Note 8.0! You can also find two more pics at the source below.

Source: Dday

 

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