Snapdragon 600 surfaced on a new Samsung Galaxy Note 2
The Korean tech giant released its second-generation Samsung Galaxy Note last year and many of us are now waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. However, recent reports are saying that Samsung is not done with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, this is backed up by a newly leaked benchmark result. This result basically points out to a refreshed version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
This new device is said to pack a Snapdragon 600 processor and not the Exynos 4412 (like the original Galaxy Note 2).
Yes, this alleged new Galaxy Note 2 variant was spotted in an AnTuTu benchmark website and the device is revealed as model N7108D. If you own the Galaxy note 2, then I am sure that you know it’s model number is N7100. Now, the last digit of the new model suggests that the device is on its way to China and the entry itself was submitted from China. It could mean that there will be no global release for this refreshed device.
The benchmark result gave us some specs of the refreshed Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It is said to come in with a 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600 processor (like the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505 variant) and is said to run on Android 4.2.2.
According to the benchmarking result, this device managed to score a whopping 26,901 points. The original Galaxy Note 2 score 13,562 points only on the same test.
There is still no official word from the Korean tech giant about this refreshed Samsung Galaxy Note 2, so for now, we just have to take this with a grain of salt.