There were rumors in the past concerning Samsung placing a quad-core processor in the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, although Samsung did step forward to deny that such an upgrade is in the pipepline for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, but nothing official from the horse’s mouth concerning the unreleased Galaxy Note 10.1 states otherwise. Check out a recently submitted NenaMark result above – the Mali-400 MP GPU on this particular version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 does post a better score compared to the test unit.

For comparison’s sake, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 that sports an Exynos SoC, a 1.4GHz dual-core CPU, and the Mali-400 GPU managed to hit around 44 fps, while the original Galaxy Note smartphone did 48 fps. To see this version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 score 58.8 fps can be said to be a huge jump, and it does point towards the possibility of a better Mali-400 GPU by all accounts. What do you think? Is there a possibility that Samsung might also introduce a last minute chipset change by throwing in their quad-core Exynos 4 Quad SoC?

Interestingly enough, another benchmark for the Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) which ran at a resolution of 1280 x 720 also had a score of 58.8 fps – does this mean the cap is somewhere in the region of 60 fps?

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