We have already reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 in great detail, and for those who wanted to pick it up, you would have been able to do so since yesterday for $399.99 a pop from various retailers, of course. Well, just as everyone wants to take the trouble to go green, so too, do the folks over at Samsung, where they have decided to ship the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 in what they deem as 100% recyclable retail boxes. Of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is not the only device from the South Korean manufacturer to come in a fully recyclable retail box, but the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4, too.
This is nice to know, and it might even influence those fence sitters who were mulling over whether they should pledge their hard earned money into either one of these devices. Of course, the Nature UX interface that sees action on their products will be greatly complemented by the use of 100% post-consumer recycled paper in their respective retail boxes.
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