Samsung’s Note lineup has only three models — the Galaxy Note, the Note II, and the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, but this is going to be fixed soon. Those who follow the changes happening in the tech world should be aware of those leaks, according to which Samsung is going to release the 7-inch variant of the Galaxy Note tablet. Now the slate seems to be ready for final launch, as it has appeared in a NenaMark 2 benchmark.
A couple of months ago AndroidSlash.ch posted a DLNA certification screenshot showing Samsung is working on a new Note-line tablet. The slate had a product number of GT-N5100, and it was said to come with an HD display and the same processor as the Galaxy S III. Later the 1280 x 800 resolution for the tablet was confirmed.
Today’s info comes our way by the courtesy of the guys over at Phandroid. The test results posted by the source shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (this is the supposed name of this device) will be launched with a 1280 x 720 screen, 1.6 GHz quad-core processor with Mali-400MP GPU, and we should also wait for Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to come out of the box.
Can’t say this 7-incher will beat the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, the Nexus 7, or the iPad Mini, but it seems not to yield to the former Note-line devices in terms of popularity.