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AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note 8 LTE sells for $400, $200 bundle

AT&T will sell the LTE-connected tablet starting June 21, luring buyers with a $200 promotion.

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Watch this: Unboxing the Galaxy Note 8

Starting Friday, LTE-hungry tablet buyers will be able to swoop in on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet from AT&T.

With a new two-year service agreement, the 1.6GHz quad-core Android Jelly Bean device sells for $399.99, not including the monthly data connection.

That's a fairly steep price for those on the fence about choosing a smaller slate over a larger one, which is presumably why AT&T will kick off sales with a $199.99 sticker price when you also buy a new smartphone.

Catch all the pros, cons, and even more in CNET's full Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review.