Just hours after Samsung send out invites for a mysterious Galaxy related event this August 15th, we have a nice possible clue as to what the announcement may be, or at least one of the announcements. Anyway, a new device benchmark popped up on GLBenchmark.com for a short period of time and has been taken down/removed. Anyway, the specs show the Samsung GT-N7100(Original Note being N7000) giving a nice solid results beating the Galaxy S3, but only by a short distance and this is due to it having the same Exynos quad-core 4412 processor but this time clocked at 1.6GHz and the same Mali-400 GPU.
The screen is also reported to have a resolution of 1280 x 720 which is lower than the Galaxy Note’s 1280 x 800. That being said, it’s still early days. It is no doubt the clock increase is what pushes the performance beyond that of the Galaxy S3 so there may not be any other differences in terms of power although the amount of ram is still to be seen. There has been no word from Samsung on whether or not there even will be a Galaxy Note 2, but there is certainly the market for it and the evidence of one existing sure got bigger The possibility of an announcement this coming August 15th sure sounds more promising.