Ahead of IFA, leaked Galaxy Note 3 benchmarks show mega performance


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Reported benchmarks for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 appeared just before Samsung is expected to launch the device. Noted mobile insider @evleaks tweeted out a screenshot of the device’s AnTuTu benchmark score and it’s a whopper: 24497. That’s near the top range of all devices in the AnTuTu database. What makes the device tick so fast? The chip and RAM according to the leak.

A quad-core chip running at 2.3 GHz is quite powerful and that configuration would surely be helped by 2.5 GB of memory; particularly when multiple Android(s goog) applications are running. The display is allegedly a smidge larger than that of the Galaxy Note 2 but will see a resolution bump up to full 1080p.

I’ll be heading over to the New York City location for Samsung’s IFA event shortly so I can confirm the specs and possibly get a hands on to test performance. My colleague David Meyer is in Berlin covering Samsung from there. We’ll be live-blogging together at 9:30am PT, so join us as we find out how accurate the leaks are. Oh, I think there’s supposed to be some kind of smartwatch thingie too.



Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is undoubtedly a very good device from every perspective. There is no feature of any phablet available in market that it doesn’t pose. Inspite of this it also features some of its own feature that make it an extraordinary device. When one get unlimited features in a single phablet then who cares of the money. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is definitely a worth buying device.

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