When it comes to the realities behind the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the leaks, speculations and rumors connected with the same are certainly forthcoming. The phablet has presented its footprint on AnTuTu benchmarks, where it has been marked as “N7200”. Well, as the Note 2 happens to be “N7100”, it is only fair to assume that it is the Note 3 which has been showcasing itself in the AnTuTu benchmarks.
As per an article published in the GSM Arena on 21st of May, the Galaxy Note 3 or the N7200 appears in several results via the benchmarks set by AnTuTu. According to the report, the one which promises a real deal is the GT-N7200 which runs on Android 4.3 and has a CPU of 1.6GHz. This is incidentally the same speed as that clocked by the Exynos 5 Octa which is found in the I9500 Galaxy S4.
Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 did not get high ratings as its predecessor Samsung Galaxy S4,it is quite likely that its clocking was completed much before the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was incorporated into the Note 3.Notes happen to have over clocked chipsets when compared to their Galaxy S counterparts. The Note 3 has also showcased other devices like the Xiaomi Mi-3—which runs on a four Krait 400 CPU core clocking at 2.1GHz and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset.