Galaxy Note 800 is the name that Samsung chose for the Galaxy Note 10.1 when selling it to Indian customers.
Obviously, the specifications are in no way different from those detailed when the company first launched the item.
The quad-core 1.4 GHz CPU is the same, the 2 GB of RAM are there, the 10.1-inch display has the same resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels, etc.
It is also interesting to note that Samsung recently released some extra free apps for the S-Pen stylus
, and they should be available to all regions.
Thus, paying the price of Rs. 39,990 for the HSPA+ 21Mbps model is more convenient now than it was when pre-orders first started.
That translates into 575 Euro and $721, so it's a good thing the real prices don't match exchange rates (€479 / $593 Wi-Fi only, €599 / $741 HSPA+ version).