GLBenchmark benchmarked the device. The device was tested under the product code ‘GT-N51000’. The tablet was also previously spotted at Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), which is an organisation that ensures products are up to standard.
If the device does see the light of day, it’s likely to be called the Galaxy Note 7.7. Its 7.7-inch screen sports a resolution of 1280×800 pixels and a pixel density of 196ppi. This means that it won’t be as good as the retina display on the iPad, but videos, games, photos, and the web will look good on it nonetheless.
The device sports a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and runs Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean), which is not the latest version of Android. However, it will run Android 4.2 upon launch. This is the latest version, which runs on the Google Nexus 4.
We’re expecting to hear more about the device before either CES in January or MWC in February kicks off. Expect the device to be unveiled at either one of the events.
It may seem that Samsung makes too many versions of a device, which you may find confusing. However, the Korean tech giant has beat Nokia as the world’s top smartphone maker. So it looks like it knows what it’s doing.
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