Rumored Seven-Inch Galaxy Note Appears In Benchmarks?

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Fans of the modern stylus who are familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy Note line-up (currently represented by the original Note, Note 10.1 and Note II) will probably remember the GT-N5100 and its initial DLNA sighting followed shortly by a benchmark appearance.

The same model number now popped up again in some benchmark results and, for what it’s worth, the specs seem to be on par with the previously reported ones: 1280 x 800 resolution (196PPI if the resolution remains unchanged and the screen size is 7.7 inches) and a quad-core 1.6GHz SoC (probably of Exynos kind). It currently runs Android 4.1.2, which should be replaced with 4.2 at launch; and, since we’re talking about a launch, both CES and MWC seem good candidates.

Source: GLBenchmark

Via: SamMobile

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