We keep hearing rumors about the large screened Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, and now we're getting some slightly more solid specs, although still take these with a pinch of salt.
Results from AnTuTu benchmark have shed some light on what we may be able to expect, with the SM-P905 Galaxy Note Pro apparently rocking a 2560 x 1600 resolution.
This puts it at a higher resolution than the iPad Air, but on par with the Google Nexus 10 and Galaxy Note 10.1. These are all 10-inch slates however, so the extra real estate of a 12.2-inch screen will mean a lower ppi.
Big and powerful?
A 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor will supposedly come backed with 3GB of RAM to keep a skinned (possibly an entirely new tablet UI) Android 4.4 KitKat running smoothly.
This helps the Galaxy Note Pro get a higher benchmark than the world's most powerful phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 handset.
For those that may want to use the Galaxy Note Pro as a camera, not us of course, Samsung is equipping an 8MP rear sensor, with a 2.1MP camera on the front for those important business calls.
As for connectivity, the Galaxy Note Pro is expected to come in both Wi-Fi (SM-P900) and LTE (SM-P905) variants.
Via Sam Mobile
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