Alright, so we just got done telling you guys about a leaked system dump from a purported AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and now some screenshots from the SGH-I317 have slipped out, with our friends at Brief Mobile nabbing the exclusive (they have a very cooperative Samsung tipster).
We had little-to-no-doubt the device would eventually make its way to AT&T (international frequency bands mostly match AT&T’s) but what’s interesting is Samsung’s quad-core Exynos 4412 is seemingly intact. No dual-core Qualcomm to be found. Remember, the last Note (and even the Galaxy S3) had to switch to a Qualcomm chip for compatibility with AT&T’s 4G LTE. Looks like Samsung patched everything up in their latest quad-core.
There’s a handful of screenshots showing specs for the Note — 1280×720 resolution, Android 4.1.1, etc. — along with benchmarks. The device scored a respectable 5912 in Quadrant, and ATuTu gave it a 13551 (higher than even the Galaxy S3). Nothing we haven’t really seen before.
When it came to a release date the source couldn’t pin one down, saying only to expect it “soon.” Guess we wont have to wait much longer for an official announcement but with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 already leaked for T-Mobile, Sprint, and now AT&T — who will be first?
- Android 5.0 Lollipop coming to Galaxy Note 2
- Verizon Galaxy Note 2 gets KitKat
- Note 2 KitKat arrives
- 14 Galaxies to get KitKat
TAGS: Samsung Galaxy Note 2