Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 specs leak out from AnTuTu benchmark


As we get closer to the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, we begin to get a more robust picture of a portion of the units anticipated that will appear at the occasion. One such unit, Samsung’s ginormous new tablet, has been seen making a pass at Antutu, uncovering what makes the normal Galaxy Note Pro 12.2-inch tablet tick.

Some will raise their eyebrows at this tablet’s obviously ludicrously extensive size, which will most likely be the biggest customer Android tablet when it starts. To some degree, Samsung, and soon other tablet producers, don’t have much of a decision however to cut out another market portion since the more modest tablet sizes have been basically made repetitive by phablets.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro is supposed to come in two sizes, yet here we have the bigger 12.2-inch SM-P905 appearing in Antutu’s benchmark test effects. The data accumulated from the device demonstrates the unit to be running on a 2.3 Ghz quad-center Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, an Adreno 330 GPU, and 3 GB of RAM. In spite of the fact that there is nothing to truly affirm the showcase measure aside from the model number, the tablet is demonstrated to have a presentation determination of 2560×1600 pixels. The Polaroids are likewise noted at 8 megapixels for the back one and 2.1 megapixels for the front-confronting Polaroid. Not incorporated in the specs yet obvious in the name, this tablet will bear Samsung’s prominent S Pen stylus also, however it stays to be seen what characteristics will be incorporated with it this time around.







These portions are, obviously, still not set in stone and there are still numerous inquiries that are unanswered. For one, the 12.2-inch tablet is supposed to come in both LTE and Wifi just variants and it is not yet known whether the last will house Samsung’s Exynos chip rather than a Snapdragon. The benchmark likewise demonstrates the Galaxy Note Pro performing sort of superior to the Galaxy Note 3, collecting a score of 34261. It stays to be seen, likely at CES 2014, if this will match up with real genuine utilization

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