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Samsung's hexa-core CPU is an Exynos 5260, more Galaxy Note 3 Neo photos and benchmarks revealed

0. phoneArena 10 Jan 2014, 12:17 posted on

Samsung has yet to announce the Galaxy Note 3 Neo and the Exynos 5260 SoC, but the company may unveil them both in the near future, possibly at MWC 2014...

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posted on 11 Jan 2014, 04:20

26. __0__ (banned) (Posts: 242; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)


I dont get it why Samsung love to make so many mid range crap devices , they already have a midrange note which is the note 2 !!!
Samsung should really stop making mid range devices , i understand about GS4 mini but what the heck is all the other device exist for ???
The phone that should be in Samsung's line up are the Galaxy Y neo , Galaxy S2 , GS4 mini , GS4 zoom , GS4 LTE , Galaxy note 2 and Galaxy note 3 . The rest of their phones shouldnt even exist . Even the Galaxy Tab pro 12.2 and 10.1 shouldnt exist , there is already a note tablet with the same specs but Spen .

posted on 11 Jan 2014, 04:22

28. __0__ (banned) (Posts: 242; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)


Samsung should have used Quad A15 and Dual A7 in this crappy phone that shouldnt exist

posted on 11 Jan 2014, 12:19

32. Extradite (banned) (Posts: 316; Member since: 30 Dec 2013)


Very well said.

But all the users on here prefer an iNtel i3 and not the iNtel i5, "how weird" so you wouldn't drive or take the V8 engine, and rather take the V6. You would drive a 2litre car when the 3litre car performs better. What joke is this.

These users are insulting and neglecting a A15 cores, but rather take the "Glorified" A9, like what Shatter said.

This is the year for A15s, not a 3years old A9Cortex.
I'd love the A57 at 22Nm, clocked at 3.0Ghz than a Snapdragons S805.

SD800 is clocked at 2.3, vs a A15 which is clocked at 1.6, which syill the A15 is on par with the S800. If those A15s were at 2.3, it will blow the S800 away.

Funny that guy -0- calls the A15 a crap CPU, looks like he is fanboy, and is really so jealous and angry that Snapdragon could not, and don't even have. A15CPUs yet. Even Apple have a A15CPU on there iP5s...

Joke of the century
Lmao

posted on 11 Jan 2014, 13:59

33. docj8404 (Posts: 73; Member since: 23 Jan 2013)


What are you rambling on about...?

You've made it apparent 2014 is going to be another year where people neglect real life, everyday performance for numbers, numbers & more numbers. As it was mentioned above, you need not look further than the Galaxy Note 3 SD800 & Exynos variants to see that, despite whatever you'd like to classify the architecture of SD800 as, it's highly preferred over it's Exynos (A15) counterpart for performance & battery life. I'm sure the same goes for the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 .

The only thing which made sense out of your clusterf*ck of a comment was that yes, 2014 should see a mass introduction of updated silicon, but even so, raw power without the balance of respectable battery life isn't exactly what I would refer to as progression. Didn't you notice your precious A15 Exynos Quad didn't come in a stand alone solution this past year? I don't need to point out the obvious... I'm sure you can piece it together.

Instead of being concerned with raw measures of specifications, you should be concerned with if those parts powering your device will provide you with an satisfying experience in the ways of overall performance, battery life & quality.

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