Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to be Revamped with Snapdragon 600 for China
It is about time the Korean firm released the next member of Samsung Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note III. Samsung released Samsung Galaxy Note II last fall with features and specifications that are no longer among the latest features list. The Korea based firm has decided instead to work a bit with the already popular Note II and make it up-to-date by integrating a powerfulSnapdragon 600 chipset in place of Exynos 4412 it actually housed.
The overhauled Note II makes it clear it is being prepared to be launched in China, good news for Samsung followers who would really like to see S600-based Galaxy Note II. The news has been further confirmed by a listing in the AnTuTu benchmark database straight from China. Also, it is important to note the change in the model number from N7100 to N7108D for the revamped Note II; Chinese identity can be noticed in the last digit in the new model number.
The updated list on AnTuTu is an insight into the specifications to the changes made to Galaxy Note II powered by a solid Snapdragon 600 processor which is said to be clocked at 1.9GHz running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean straight from the box.
According to the AnTuTu benchmark scorecard, latest Galaxy Note II has managed to score much higher point, 26,901 points, than the previous Galaxy Note II model that just hit 13,562 points which ensures a more stable and powerful version of Note II.
Samsung has not yet commented on any such device so far. Since there is no confirmation we can only speculate about the rumors circulating over the web. Samsung might be planning to release the new device at an event in China with not much media presents. Media, although, is looking forward to the upcoming Galaxy Note III.