We’re less than a day away from Samsung’s event where it will unveil the Galaxy Note 3 as well as its Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Rumors about this new phablet have consistently tricked in over the past few weeks and they continue to do so. The ever reliable @evleaks has posted screenshots of alleged AnTuTu benchmark test results of the Galaxy Note 3, and boy does it pack a mean punch.
The alleged benchmark results reveal that Galaxy Note 3 scores an impressive 24,497 points. Back in August an early prototype of Galaxy Note 3 was put through the same test and it scored 22,361 points. These alleged benchmark results show a significant improvement over Galaxy S4′s score which runs slightly north of 21,000 points. Samsung’s upcoming flagship is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.3GHz quadcore processor aided by 2.5GB or 3GB of RAM. One variant might also have Samsung’s own eight core Exynos 5 Octa processor. It is expected to come with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean pre-installed. Despite these results, we can only be sure about the phablet’s performance once it is really in our hands. Benchmarks aren’t really set in stone, a fact we talked about in detail after that Samsung benchmark rigging fiasco. Not to worry though, the veil over Galaxy Note 3 will finally be lifted tomorrow.
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