Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. (reviews.cnet.com)
At an official device unveiling event held in Lagos Brovo Kim, managing director of Samsung Electronics West Africa (SEWA), said Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 was slim and made for work and play.
“The Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet has the power and advanced technology to evolve the tablet experience and ensure consumers achieve efficient multi-tasking,” he said.
“Using an intelligent S Pen, you can now enjoy the ease of a traditional pen and paper with the latest in Samsung notebook technological innovation, creating a sophisticated mobile experience that will enhance life on the go.”
For the HomeSync home hub solution, Kim described it as a shared storage designed for the family. According to him, users now have the best big screen TV entertainment experience.
HomeSync runs on Android and has a 1TB drive which can sync with multiple devices.
The device also has Jelly Bean media player and users can access Google Play Store to download and use various supported Android-based applications.