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New benchmark appearance for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

2012 December 25

It looks like our chance of seeing the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7.0 has grown much stronger than before as a new benchmark of this device appeared online (again). Yes, it was earlier this month when we saw a benchmark for a device that carries a moniker ‘GT-N5100’ and now a new benchmark came out from GLBenchmark and apparently they have witnessed the same tablet. The said Samsung Galaxy Note 7.0 runs on the latest version of Jelly Bean OS or the Android 4.1.2. The said tablet bears the same model number as the Nenamark benchmark which appeared a couple of weeks ago. 

Yes, this may not be the direct predecessor of the now famous Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or not as big as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, but this is something that will make a lot of people happy. If this is indeed true and about to come soon.

As of now, there is basically little information about this new tablet by Samsung, there is also little information which we can get from the latest benchmark. All we know for now is its screen resolution at 1280 x 800p. Yes, if you have seen the Nenamark result, you will instantly notice that it had a different resolution at 1280 x 720p.

If you ask me, this comes as no surprise that the Korean Tech giant could actually plan for a new 7” tablet after the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, Google Nexus 7, and Nook HD overshadowed their Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.

Of course, the Korean Tech Giant and maker of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is staying mum about the said device. However, with the latest benchmark result, we could potentially witness the announcement or even the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 during the CES 2013 or the MWC 2013.

For more Samsung Galaxy Note 2 information, visit us at Phoneslimited.co.uk.

 

 

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