Samsung's 4G-capablewill shortly arrive on numerical network Three, in time for 4G-mania to sweep the UK.
Confirming that the 8-inch tablet was en route via YouTube, Three says the tablet 'comes 4G-ready', which means it'll have a SIM-card slot for mobile data. Eagle-eyed viewers will also spot the tell-tale signal bars at the top of the tablet's screen, in the video embedded below.
I spoke to Three and was told that we can expect the Note 8 to launch on its network around September, so we've only got a few weeks to wait.
While Samsung's-rivalling slate has been on sale in the UK for a while now, no networks have offered the 3G-capable version, meaning shoppers have had to settle for the Wi-Fi only option, or splash out to buy the Note 8 LTE model SIM-free from a niche retailer.
, and while we praised its stylus, screen and powerful processor, we weren't too keen on the high price. Here's hoping Three's sure-to-be-subsidised deals make this slate a bit more palatable.
While, Three has stated that it , and instead will roll the faster mobile data into its existing network, for an all-over speed boost.
We'll likely learn more about Three's 4G plans in the next few weeks, so stay tuned, and let me know whether you'd pay for the Note 8 in the comments or on our Facebook wall.