Samsung Galaxy Note II may get a refresh with Snapdragon 600
Samsung has been upgrading their earlier devices of the Galaxy line with better processor, the latest of which could be the Galaxy Note II.
According to benchmark reports, a Samsung device with model number GT-N7108D, which is the Galaxy Note II, visited the benchmarks with a 1.9 GHz processor. Sources indicate that the processor could be a quad core Snapdragon 600. Interestingly the device scored a decent 26901 at the benchmarks. The same model is said to have visited the Bluetooth Certification body as well as the FCC.
This could very well be the refreshed version of the Samsung Galaxy note II with a quad core Snapdragon 600 processor. However, sources claim that this phablet may be targeted only towards Asian markets with the onset of the Galaxy Note 3. With the Galaxy Note 3 scheduled for launch on September 4, the existing Note II would be a mid-range device, thus the need for a boost.