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Samsung GT-N5100 (Galaxy Note 7) Benchmark Appears

The Samsung Galaxy Note family is one that has yielded surprising results since its inception, and you can say that it has certainly grown from strength to strength, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 being quite the success. Well, an upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note tablet is certainly in the works, where sometime in late october, there was a DLNA certification that pointed in the right direction, followed by a User Agent Profile (UAP) that touted a 1280 x 800 resolution count on the Samsung GT-N5100 (or Samsung Galaxy Note 7) as it is known. Fast forward to this month, and the Samsung GT-N5100 appeared on the Nenamark2 benchmark site, followed by an appearance on the GLBenchmark site this time around.


The clever use (or should we say, logical) of "N" designates a Note tablet, and the 7-inch display makes this known for the moment as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, although it remains as an unannounced device on an official basis.

There is nothing quite like a little bit of sleuthing around to uncover additional details about the Samsung GT-N5100, and it seems that the Galaxy Note 7 will run on a 1.6GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 processor, where it is accompanied by a resolution count of 1280 x 800 pixels with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean on board. This would mean it has a similar resolution to that of the Google Nexus 7, resulting in a pixel density of 216ppi.

We do hope to hear more about the Samsung GT-N5100 (Galaxy Note 7) in the immediate future, considering how CES 2013 and MWC 2013 are just around the corner in January and February, respectively. It looks like the 7” tablet market is heating up, so much for it being dead upon arrival, Mr. Jobs.


Source: SamMobile

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  • I'm either reading this wrong or this email was sent to me extremely out of date as I was already playing with the new Galaxy Note Tablet which has been out on the market for some time now