We have been hearing quite a lot lately regarding Galaxy Note 3, specifically regarding its design and display. And today for the first time the phablet has turned up on AnTuTu benchmarks, which shows that it’s running a yet to be announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS.
Whereas the benchmark scores are concerned, we’re not looking at one but around four entries of alleged Galaxy Note 3 smartphone carrying the model N7200 on AnTuTu (shown below) and each of them re running at different clock frequencies and Android versions.
While the last three benchmarks looks quite ridiculous, the one that makes sense is the top entry, according to which Galaxy Note 3 supposedly packs a 1600MHz processor and scores an impressive score of ~28k. At the moment it’s not clear which kind of SoC has been used in the benchmark.
However, if we look at the CPUs used in both variants of Galaxy S4, such performance seems to indicate we could be looking at an Exynos 5 Octa version as the US variant has a Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.9GHz and the international variant carries the Exynos 5 Octa processor clocked at 1.6GHz, which scores the same as well. Also it had been rumored before that Galaxy Note 3 would feature an 8-core CPU and GPU, so it’s quite possible we’re seeing the 8-core Exynos 5 processor.
Once again, we’ll remind you that these sort of entries that emerge in AnTuTu can easily be fabricated so it’s most possible today’s leak is fake. But if it’s true then we’re most probably seeing a prototype version of the device running Android 4.3 in beta stages and we’ll probably be seeing better results on the actual device when it gets launched in Berlin at IFA this year. Are you expecting an even more powerful Galaxy Note 3 than shown today in AnTuTu results?