A few days ago, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was spotted in Samsung’s own UAProf, more or less confirming the device would come with a Full HD display which we guess is expected given that most high-end devices these days come with that specification, and now thanks to a recent sighting on the AnTuTu Benchmarks, we guess we can now expect the phablet to come with a 1.9GHz processor. Unfortunately the type of processor used by the device remains unknown, although its benchmark scores are suggesting that it could be using a higher-clocked Exynos 5410 chipset by Samsung, or maybe Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 chipset. Given that the Samsung Galaxy S4 came in a few variants, with some models running Qualcomm and some Exynos, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Galaxy Note 3 would be similarly released as well, and rumors of it coming in 8 variants would certainly support this. In any case benchmark results can always be faked, so there’s no telling if this is the real thing, but what do you guys think?
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