I know many of our readers out there are foaming at the mouth, waiting for any bit of news on a Galaxy Note II sequel. Well, today we might have found a little something for you. A device going by the GT-N7200 may have appeared in an Antutu benchmark and guess what? It’s already running Android 4.3.
If true — it’s easy to fake device info in benchmarks — this means Samsung could be first out the gate with a non-stock Android device running the upcoming 4.3 Jelly Bean update. Guess working closely with Google has its benefits.
The benchmark spotted by GSMInsider also shows the device powered by an unspecified 1.6GHz processor. We’re assuming it’s the same Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset already found in the international Galaxy S4, although there’s also the off chance it could be running off Intel’s new Atom processor (like the rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 we just told you guys about).
Like just about every Samsung device before it, there are still rumors that it could be the first Samsung device to feature their unbreakable flexible OLED technology. We expect to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it debuts sometime in September at IFA 2013 in Berlin.
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