Evan Blass (@evleaks) continues his string of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 details with the leak of the About Device screen and the phone’s AnTuTu score. This complements this weekend’s leak which revealed the phone’s lock screen wallpaper.
Given the SM-N9005 model number, these latest screen grabs were likely taken from the LTE version of the device. Evleaks claims in his tweet that the oversized phone will rock a Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, a 1080 x 1920 display and 2.5GB of RAM. Stylus functionality will allegedly be the same as it was for the original Note and the Note II.
According to the benchmark screen grab, the Note 3 scored 24,497 on AnTuTu, which is comparatively low for an upcoming handset. Competitors, like the LG G2 and the Xperia Z Ultra, have scored much higher than the Note 3 in a similar benchmark test. This less-than-stellar number should be taken with a grain of salt — this could be a prototype phone running an unfinished version of TouchWiz that is slow as molasses. At this point, we just don’t know if Samsung is still polishing the OS or if this version of TouchWiz will be a hog that slows the phone down.
Samsung is slated to take off the wraps on the Note 3 in an Unpacked event that’ll be held on September 4th. This gives us just a few more days of leaks before we know all that we need to know about the Note 3. Anyone excited for this upcoming smartphone from Sammy?