Samsung I8800 Redwood shows up in benchmarks
Samsung has yet to release a Tizen phone, but the leaks keep coming. The Samsung I8800 "Redwood" (sometimes Z9005) cropped up once again with an appearance in benchmark results.
The I8800 Redwood first leaked in late May this year and then Samsung shipped samples to developers in mid-August, which resulted in a hands-on video in early November. The latest in this chain is a BrowserMark 2 score.
The average score the Tizen phone achieved was 2,828. For comparison, a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 scores 3,041 and that's with a much more powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset. The Samsung I8800 runs on a chipset that's two generations older – an Exynos 4412 (quad-core Cortex-A9, Mali-400), the same chipset that powered the Galaxy S III.
Samsung announced a Tizen-powered camera, a version of the Android-powered Galaxy NX, but Tizen phones don't seem any closer even with this latest leak.
Did ever you used bada... its butter smooth dude. I had first wave Phone which was really a premium phone by Samsung & with buttery smooth os. Agree that its was not capable as Android but smooth as IOS
- 2013-11-14 14:42
Exactly what i was thinking.
- 2013-11-14 01:30
Only one phone from Samsung is good for me and that's Note.Only because of s-pen.And Samsung phones are laggy but not because of Android.For me - LG and Sony phones are better.
- 2013-11-13 02:08