Not that this will be a surprise to most readers, but it now seems absolutely certain that
Samsung's long-rumoured Galaxy Note 8.0 will be officially unveiled in a couple of days at
Mobile World Congress.
An anonymous tipster, presumably part of the set-up crew in Barcelona, snapped a picture of
the Samsung stand and there, lo and behold, is the Galaxy Note 8.0 featured on the big screen.
Naturally, the device looks absolutely gigantic, but it seems Samsung is still intent on us using it
in portrait mode with one-hand, although that could be a bit of a stretch for anyone who's not
named LeBron James.
The latest leak comes just a week after the Note 8.0 was accidentally revealed at a Samsung
event in South Korea.
Speculation has suggested that the new, iPad mini-bothering member of the Note family will
pack a 1280 x 800 Super Clear LCD display, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, a 1.6GHz quad-core
processor and 2GB RAM.
The placement of the Galaxy Note 8.0 promotional screen, in the centre of the Samsung stand,
suggests that it'll probably be the Korean giant's top announcement at MWC 2013.
We already know that the Samsung Galaxy S4 won't be making an appearance at the event
this year, with latest speculation suggesting it will arrive at a dedicated event on March 14.