Nobody should be surprised that there is further evidence of a Galaxy Note III. The past two Galaxy Note phone were released in October and September, so it makes sense that things are starting to come together for Samsung. Read More at Phone Arena.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 was announced some time ago, but still is not available. It seems fair to assume that Samsung has decided to remake it with the latest specs. Benchmarks were spotted for the quad-core version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 and you can view them in the image below.
The Galaxy Note has state of the art specs, so of course it will top the benchmarks. It has a 1.4 GHz dual core processor coupled with a gigabyte of RAM. Not to mention the gorgeous Super AMOLED Plus display. It gets a score of 3,624!
Video after the break.
Qualcomm released their own benchmarking app to compare phones and tablets. The company was not satisfied with the benchmarking apps available, so they decided to develop their own. One would think that it would show favoritism to Qualcomm Snapdragon chips, but that is not the case!
Much like the the Quadrant benchmarking app, it compares your score to several other phones and tablets on the market. Guess which is the default number one? Galaxy Tab 10.1. Then comes a host of Qualcomm powered devices.
I know there are a lot of benchmarking junkies out there and only want the device with the best score. As of right now the Galaxy Tab 10.1 seems to be scoring as high or higher than all other Honeycomb tablets.
Read more to view the benchmarks.
Be sure to check out the new benchmark video on YouTube. In the video you can see that the Tab pulls of a score of 1048 in Quadrant Standard and earns 53.7 FPS in Neocore. Check at the full video below. Subscribe to our channel.