Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 Benchmarks Tease Performance

Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung has been eager to keep itself on the upper end of the market, releasing yearly new versions of its products more frequently than even Apple. And with the latest version of Galaxy Note 10.1, the company might be looking to offer up roughly the same specs in a larger form factor.

Benchmarking site AnTuTu has comparisons between the 12.2 and the 10.1, along with some fairly detailed specs.

Allegedly, the tablet would be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974, which is the same SoC running in the American version of the Galaxy Note 10.1. Additionally, the new tablet would be packing 3 GB of RAM, at least 32 GB of storage, and the 2560 x 1600 resolution we'd expect from such a monstrously large piece of hardware.


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  • What exactly does this article have to do with the performance of the Note 12.2? There's no benchmark results at all.... Can we get article titles that accurately indicate what the articles are actually about?
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  • otacon , October 30, 2013 6:02 PM
    12.2"? They going to include a back pack to carry the freakin thing.

    You have the SAME lame comment about ANYTHING bigger than what crApple offers. Your posts are always useless.

    BTW, crApple is now working on a 12 inch tablet as well which you will hail as magical once it comes out!
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  • What exactly does this article have to do with the performance of the Note 12.2? There's no benchmark results at all.... Can we get article titles that accurately indicate what the articles are actually about?
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  • skip the article, comment section is more meaningful.
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  • 205099 said:
    What exactly does this article have to do with the performance of the Note 12.2? There's no benchmark results at all.... Can we get article titles that accurately indicate what the articles are actually about?


    They're doing the best to hide the benchmarking results, but they are in the article, under the AnTuTu hyperlink. :)
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