Galaxy Note 3 N7200 running Android 4.3 caught in AnTuTu benchmark
The next-generation Galaxy Note 3 seems remarkable addition in series, a new AnTuTu benchmark result has shown the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 even provide a few detail, so it’s been confirmed that the third-generation phablet will arrive soon to home, it’s expected to be launched in 2013 Samsung IFA event. AnTuTu benchmark shows that Galaxy Note 3 scores no less than 27914 in AnTuTu.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have GT-N7200 model number, it’s worthy to remember that GT-N7200 device has already been spotted in EXIF data.
This AnTuTu result doesn’t only confirm Galaxy Note 3 but also upcoming Android 4.3 version that has been rumored unveil in June 10, this result shows that the Galaxy S3 will come with Android 4.3 out of box, when phone comes to specs life, it’ll include a 1600MHz processor that could be the recently lunched Samsung Exynos 5 Octa.
We have nothing official at this time and AnTuTu result can be faked easily, we’re just excited to see what’s going to be new in Android community. However if purported Galaxy Note 3, it’ll really be an interesting deal to make fun. A GSM insider reported that the Galaxy Note 3 will be the first device with Android 4.3 ahead of other rivals, why he is ignoring the Nexus device? Has Samsung convinced Google to do so? Let’s wait for the right time.
Via: Android Authority