With a 5.3”, 5.5” and a 10.1” series of Galaxy Notes under their belt, it wouldn’t be ludicrous to think that Samsung might be considering a 7” version as well. Thanks to a recently spotted benchmark, that may very well be the case. According to the NenaMark Benchmark, a certain Samsung GT-N5100 device was spotted which some have speculated could be a 7” Galaxy Note device. Based on the benchmark, the GT-N5100 is expected to feature a 720p HD display resolution, an Exynos 4412 quad-core processor under the hood clocked at 1.6GHz, a Mali-400MP GPU and it will run on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
Assuming this version of the Galaxy Note will feature S-Pen support, it could appeal to customers who want a happy middle between a 10.1” tablet and a 5.5” phone. No word on if and when Samsung could be announcing this alleged 7” Galaxy Note, but with CES and MWC taking place early next year, an announcement at either event could be a possibility. What do you guys think? Would a 7” Galaxy Note be of interest to you?
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