Did the Galaxy Note II’s impressive benchmarks briefly get leaked?
Well, Samsung has something up its sleeve, we know that much. Whether or not we’re looking at a new Note remains to be seen, but it’s safe to assume Sammy will update its phablet line as it approaches its first birthday. So it’s no wonder people’s suspicions were piqued when a mysterious device made a brief appearance at GLBenchmark.com with the model number GT-N7100. The original Note was N7000, so obviously many are guessing this unnamed Ice Cream Sandwich device is its successor. All the details have since been pulled, but PhoneArena managed to snag a screenshot. Whatever it turns out to be, we know it’s got a 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor with Mali-400 graphics — the same you’ll find inside the Galaxy S III. The one spec that does leave a bit of doubt however is the resolution, which is listed at juts 1280×720, instead of the 1280×800 of the original. In the benchmarks it manages to eke out scores slightly higher than the GSIII, which makes sense thanks to its higher clocked CPU. Now it’s just time to sit back and play the waiting game.
SOURCE via Electronista