Two days before Samsung’s big IFA event, @evleaks has gone ahead and tweeted out alleged benchmark scores as well as the “About Phone” screenshot from the Galaxy Note III. As seen from the left hand screen shot, the Galaxy Note III will come running the latest version of Android, as well as a device number of SM-N9005. Alleged specs that have been confirmed by @evleaks include a quad core processor clocked in at 2.3Ghz, a 1920 x 1080p FHD screen, as well as 2.5GB of RAM.
On the right hand side, we have a benchmark score from benchmark app AnTuTu, giving the device a score of 24,497. Considering that the rumored processor inside will be a Snapdragon 800 chip, this score does sound pretty high. However, as always, specs don’t reflect real time day-to-day performance.
We’ll make sure to let you guys know as soon as the Galaxy Note III is announced this upcoming Wednesday, so make sure to keep updated on the site.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 3 About screen, Antutu score. Alleged confirmed specs: 2.3GHz x4, 1080×1920, 2.5GB RAM… pic.twitter.com/0SqdqfBpjK
— @evleaks (@evleaks) September 2, 2013