Galaxy Note II Benchmark Shows 1.6GHz Quad-Core Exynos CPU

Gossips appeared last month that New samsung would be launching an upgrade to the Universe Observe that launched a few months ago. The cellphone is said to have a large 5.5-inch show and a quad-core processor processor among other features. We now know that the latter bit of information is likely precise thanks to latest test outcomes submitted to GLBenchmark.

Specifically, the mobile cellphone will have a quad-core Exynos processor processor which is 1.6GHz, or 200MHz greater than the processor discovered in the lately launched Universe S III. The dual-core Universe S II was which is 1.2GHz while the unique Universe Observe has a dual-core processor processor ticking along at 1.4GHz.
The standard outcomes are a little greater than what the Universe S III is capable of according to SlashGear. We also know that the show quality on the examined system was 1,280 x 720, good for a 16:9 element rate instead of the 16:10 discovered on the unique. This gives some credit to previously rumors about the show being a little bigger but the cellphone keeping approximately the same framework size.

The cellphone also seems to be operating Managing system Jam Vegetable, likely delivery as the local OS. It would seem a bit irrational at this point to release what could be a leading mobile cellphone with yesterday’s os.

We still anticipate New samsung to present the mobile cellphone on Aug 30, just one day before Germany’s IFA 2012 show starts. It seems that New samsung is thinking about launching the mobile phone before The apple company makes the new iPhone available.
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