Yesterday Samsung unveiled their highly anticipated new Galaxy Note II phablet, at the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin. Now tech site Engadget have published the first benchmarks for the Galaxy Note II from the IFA.
As you can see from the results below and the screenshot taken above the new Samsung Galaxy Note II which is equipped with a powerful 1.6GHz Quad-Core processor, has blown away the older Galaxy Note.
As well as beating the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S III, which is fitted with a quad-core 1.4Ghz Exynos processor. Engadget explains:
“We put the device to the test today to see how those amped-up insides reflect in the Note II’s benchmark scores. As you’ll see below, Sammy’s latest handset fares significantly better than the original Note and the Galaxy S III.”
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