Samsung Galaxy Note III hits the benchmarks, confirms specs
There's been no shortage of leaks and rumors on Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note III, some of which quite wild (flexible display, we mean you!).
With that in mind, we think we have a rough idea of what to expect, including the device's diagonal and most of the internals. What we didn't know, though, was how the device would fare in benchmarks, especially against similar devices.
This has, possibly, been resolved, for an alleged benchmark showing us two variants of the Note III has been spotted on GFXBench's site. The first version carries a model number SM-N900S and is supposedly coming to South Korea's SK Telecom. The second one, SM-N900L, is headed for LGU+, another South Korean carrier.
As you can see from the shots in the gallery below, the Samsung Galaxy Note III will come sporting a 1080p display powered by quad-core Snapdragon 800, clocking in at 2.3GHz, and an Adreno 330 GPU. On the software side, Android 4.3 has been confirmed – a very welcome sight, indeed. If you need a little perspective on what these beastly internals measure up to, we've compared the Galaxy Note III with two of its siblings: the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S4. Suffices to say that the performance difference is massive! Check it out below.