It seems that Samsung is definitely not going to rest on its laurels, which is why someone with an eagle eye has spotted the trappings of a spanking new Galaxy Note device. Of course, nothing is official just yet, but we have already seen its footprints, so to speak, in AnTuTu benchmarks. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (unless the South Korean conglomerate is going to call it totally something else, of course), has been listed as the N7200 (considering how the Galaxy Note 2 used to be listed as the N7100, this pretty much keeps in touch with reality and history) and has appeared in several different results, too.
Chances are, the model which is most likely to be the up and coming Galaxy Note 3 would be the one listed right at the top (GT-N7200), where it ran on a version of Android which was never released yet, that is, Android 4.3, on a CPU that has been clocked at 1.6GHz. Not only that, this so happens to be the same clockspeed as the Exynos 5 Octa which is found in the I9500 Galaxy S4 handset. While the Galaxy Note 3 picked up a lower score compared to the Galaxy S4 in AnTuTu, you ought to take note that the software is probably not polished and finished just yet, so chances are the final deal is going to be a whole lot smoother and faster.