The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is quickly becoming one of the industry’s worst kept secrets. First we got to learn its detailed specs and shortly after we were treated to its first live photo. Now, we get a bunch of new shots plus a benchmarks score, which show what the new hexa-core CPU can do.
The live shots show the Galaxy Note 3 Neo from all sides, but generally don’t bring much surprises. The new smartphone looks very similar to the Galaxy Note 3, but has its camera setup slightly altered. The microUSB 3.0 port is now gone, though, to be replaced by the more conventional microUSB 2.0
Now the benchmarks is where it gets really interesting – the new hexa-core CPU features two powerful cores (probably of the Cortex-A15 kind) clocked at 1.7GHz and four lesser Cortex-A7 cores running at 1.3GHz. Reports have it that those are part of the yet unannounced Exynos 5260 chipset and the Antutu score clearly proves that it features Heterogenous multi-processing (HMP), which enables all 6 cores to work simultaneously.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is expected to go live at the end of next month at the MWC in Barcelona. Naturally we’ll be covering the event live, bringing you all the details as they come.
Two major updates are just enough, having in mind that ppl have one smartphone for 2-3 years max. By the way Samsung is the best with this updates(If off-contact, or no lazy operator). And this not only for "s and n series" but many mor...
i would say sammy forgets all fones except s and n series...and that too only 2 major updates for them...sony is far better on updating IMO..