Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with 1.9 GHz processor appears at benchmarks; scores 33082

While we already have seen benchmarks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which were good already, now we have new benchmarks of the device with even more impressive results.


According to reports, the Hong Kong variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with model number SM-N900 was spotted again at the AnTuTu Benchmarks, but this time notching an impressive score of 33082. However, this time the processor is said to be running at a 1.9 GHz frequency compared to last times 1.6 GHz. While it hasn’t been officially confirmed, it would seem that the device used for this test was powered by the Snapdragon 800 processor.

While we are happy with the upgrade in processor at this test, the device under testing this time ran on the Android v4.2.2 and not the Android v4.3. Though that is quite disappointing, considering latest rumours it’s quite obvious that the device would run on the Android v 4.2.2. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be unveiled at Samsung’s Unpacked event on September 4 in Berlin.