Earlier this month, the device was spotted on the AnTuTu Benchmark site running a 1.6GHz processor which dovetails perfectly with the information from the GL Benchmark test. The Korean based OEM is believed to be working on three different models with the GT-P5210 a Wi-Fi only variant, the GT-P5200 giving users Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, and the GT-P5220 allowing users to hook-up with both Wi-Fi and a 4G LTE network. We should note that the tablet produced an impressive 24616 score on the AnTuTu site putting its performance right up there with the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Based on the GL Benchmark test, we expect to see the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 come to market with a 10.1 inch display (natch) carrying a 1280 x 800 resolution. No word yet on when we might see this slate launched, or how much it is going to cost you.
source: GLBenchmark via AndroidAuthority