Galaxy Note 3 GT-N7200 to run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean according to recent benchmark

Galaxy Note 3 will supposedly run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. This info comes from a recent benchmark, which may very well be false, so take this with an ounce of suspicion for now. Why? Because this operating system did not make the headlines during this year’s I/O Google event. However, the exact name of the gadget is GT-N7200, which is the same as what the benchmark is showing. Previous EXIF data has also revealed the same model number of the Galaxy Note 3.

The AnTuTu benchmark reveals a 27,914 score for the anticipated phablet. According to the same benchmark, the device has a 1.6 GHz processor, which just might be an Exynos 5 Octa.

But the AnTuTu benchmark comes with various phones that have the exact same name, but the scores they’ve received are different. As are the operating system version they run. Which is all sorts of suspicious. galaxy-note-3-benchmark

Even if it’s a fake report or a real one, one thing is certain: the future device is a prototype one. The moment it will be launched on the market for the first time, it is going to be the first model ever with Google’s very own Android 4.3.

Even if Samsung has announced that they’d unveil a new and improved phablet belonging to their Galaxy line, the recent benchmark showing the Galaxy Note 3 N7200 is yet to be proven real. A release date for this device will probably be announced later on. Although the upcoming IFA event might be the place where we will hear more info about this phablet.

Even if the score of the gadget indicates high quality performance, no one knows what sort of specs to expect of it. Rumor has it that we should be offered a device similar in looks with the manufacturer’s Galaxy S4. The touchscreen is rumored to be flexible and of the AMOLED variety.

We’ll look into the matter and report what we shall find.