Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0  vs Google Nexus 7 II 

Released April, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

  • 8"
  • 32 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 4.2
Front view of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
8.4 Out of 10
Viewing angles are excellent and are on par with IPS displays: even off angle colors are strong as is contrast.
by MobileTechReview (Apr, 2013)
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Released July, 2013

Google Nexus 7 II

  • 7"
  • 16 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 4.3
Front view of Google Nexus 7 II
8.9 Out of 10
The 1,280x800-pixel resolution packed into a 7-inch display gives visuals like text and graphics a sharper look than what I'm typically used to seeing on most 7-inchers.
by c|net (Nov, 2012)

TabletRocket Review Our evaluation of Note 8.0 vs Nexus 7 II

Performance

Processing power and speed

Geekbench, AnTuTu and Sunspider 0.9.1

Graphics

3D and 2D graphics

GLBenchmark 2.5 and GLBenchmark 2.7

Battery Life

How long will the battery last

Battery life

Reviews

How do our trusted review sites rank these products?

Reviews from phonearena.com, techradar.com, trustedreviews.com, mobiletechreview.com and 3 more

No winner declared

Too close to call

Benchmarks Real world tests of Galaxy Note 8.0 vs Nexus 7 II

geekbench Processor and memory performance

AnTuTu Memory, processor, graphics and storage performance

Nexus 7 II
19,963

sunspider 0.9.1 benchmark Web browser and javascript performance

Galaxy Note 8.0
1,021.7 ms
Nexus 7 II
1,177.1 ms

GLBenchmark 2.7 3D graphics performance

Galaxy Note 8.0
4.9 fps
Nexus 7 II
14.6 fps

GLBenchmark 2.5 3D graphics performance

Galaxy Note 8.0
18.3 fps
Nexus 7 II
40 fps

Differences What are the advantages of each

Back view of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

Reasons to consider the
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

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Faster javascript execution 1,021.7 ms vs 1,177.1 ms Around 15% better sunspider 0.9.1 benchmark score
Supported card formats microSD vs None Supports supported card formats
More storage capacity 32 GB vs 16 GB 2x more storage capacity; Holds more music, movies and photos
Bigger screen 8" vs 7" Around 15% bigger screen
Slightly faster processor 1.6 GHz vs 1.5 GHz More than 5% faster processor; run computation-intensive applications, such as photo editing, faster
Back view of Google Nexus 7 II

Reasons to consider the
Google Nexus 7 II

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Much faster graphics 40 fps vs 18.3 fps Around 2.2x better GLBenchmark 2.5 score
Better AnTuTu score 19,963 vs 17,708 Around 15% better AnTuTu score
Much sharper screen 323 ppi vs 188 ppi More than 70% sharper PPI; enjoy photo-realistic, crisp images
Significantly higher resolution 1920 x 1200 vs 1280 x 800 2.2x higher resolution

Reviews Word on the street

Galaxy Note 8.0  vs Nexus 7 II 

8.0
9.0
Display quality is good, with a sharp image and commendable (if not searing) top brightness.
Nexus 7 II

9.0
9.5
Featuring a 7-inch 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD display, it simply delivers the goods in the details department, as its 323 ppi pixel density is undoubtedly breathtaking for its screen size.
Nexus 7 II

Overall

8.3 Out of 10
8.4 Out of 10

Specifications Full list of technical specs

display

Galaxy Note 8.0  vs
Nexus 7 II 
Size 8" 7"
Technology TFT LCD IPS LCD
Resolution 1280 x 800 1920 x 1200
PPI 188 ppi 323 ppi

network

Wi-Fi
802.11n
802.11a
802.11g
802.11b
802.11
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0 Bluetooth v4.0
Supports 3G Yes Yes

processor

Cores Quad core Quad core
Clock speed 1.6 GHz 1.5 GHz

sensors

Has a GPS Yes Yes
Has a compass Yes Yes
Has an accelerometer Yes Yes
Has a gyroscope Yes Yes
Has a light sensor Yes Yes

storage

Galaxy Note 8.0  vs
Nexus 7 II 
Internal storage 32 GB 16 GB
RAM capacity 2 GB 2 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
Maximum capacity 128 GB N/A

photo & video

Adobe flash support No No
Webcam 1.3 MP 1.2 MP
Rear camera 5 MP 5 MP

ports

USB support 1 USB 2.0 1 Micro USB
Has a headphone jack Yes Yes
Has a built-in microphone Yes Yes

form factor

Weight 338 g 290 g
Size 136 x 211 x 8 mm 200 x 114 x 8 mm
Thickness 8 mm 8 mm
Battery life 8 hour 7.25 hour
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
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Google Nexus 7 II
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Comments

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In fact, the processor in the Nexus is FAR better than the one on Note 8 -> it uses 4x cores of Krait A15 instead of the older A9 present in the Note.
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