It appears like our chances of seeing the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has grown way bigger than before. How? Well, recently a new benchmark for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appeared again online. Earlier this month we witnessed a benchmark for a device with a moniker ‘GT-N5100’. Now, a new benchmark arrived (courtesy of GLBenchmark) and it appears that they have witnessed the same tablet again. The Galaxy note 7 will run on the latest Android OS the Android 4.1.2 or Android Jelly Bean. This particular tablet bears the same model number as the one that appeared via Nenamark’s benchmark a couple of weeks ago.
This may not be the successor of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or not as big as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, but many of you are dying to see this new tablet from Samsung. Well, for one, I simply can’t blame you for holding your breath and getting excited about this new Samsung device.
For now, we basically know little about this new device by Samsung as little or no information about it has been given to us by Samsung. All we know is that according to rumours, this could potentially land with 1280 x 800p resolution. Nenmark’s result said a different resolution at 1280 x 720p. But still, this is better than not knowing anything about it at all.
We should not also ignore this new benchmark result, with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 being overshadowed by Amazon Kindle Fire HD, Google Nexus 7, and Nook HD, its only right for Samsung to launch a new tablet that can basically compete with its competitors.
Yes, Samsung is keeping all quiet about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, but with the latest benchmark result leaked online, we could witness the announcement or the arrival of this tablet during the CES 2013 or the MWC 2013.
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