Samsung Galaxy Note Quadrant Score Reveals It’s Super Fast

Last week at IFA, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note. The new smartphone (mini tablet?) has a very large 5.3 inch screen. It is powered by a 1.4GHz dual core processor and has 1GB of RAM. TechBlog managed to get hold of the Galaxy Note and run the Quadrant software to give a rough calculation about how fast it is.

The device managed to score 3,624 which makes it faster than the Samsung Galaxy S 2 which had a score of 3,152.

The software isn’t completely accurate when it comes to dual-core devices, but at the moment it’s the best and most popular benchmarking software used for smartphones.

As for the release date, we’ve heard that it’s coming early 2012 in the UK although Clove has already begun taking pre-orders.

The video below is a quick hands-on with the device to give you an idea of what it can do.


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