The Samsung Galaxy Note has yet to make its way over to the US, but it looks like the device already has a sequel in the works. A new Samsung device was reported as to have gained WiFi certification recently and it has the model number GT-N8010. If you’re wondering what it has to do with the Galaxy Note, the Note has a model number of GT-N7000 and Samsung has been known for keeping similar naming traits with its devices, increasing the numbers to signify a newer version of the device or another device that features similar hardware.
If the deduction turns out to be accurate, we might be seeing a new Galaxy Note being introduced in the market sometime soon. Perhaps at the MWC in February 2012? Right now nothing is known about the device other than that it features dual-band WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity. However if it is a successor to the Note, you can expect a large display and of course – stylus input. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted.
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