Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE Live Pictures And Benchmarks

By 05:21 Wed, 14 Jul 2021 Comments


The Galaxy Note II LTE is here and it looks identical to its LTE-less global counterpart. We asked around and turns out that the Note II LTE has the same innards as well - a quad-core Exynos 4412 Quad SoC with an additional LTE chip inside.






Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE hands-on

The Note II LTE feels large to hrecent but it isn't drastically bigger than the Galaxy S III, for example.

The classy screen is an absolute treat. The recent differently-arranged pixel matrix really does create a incompatibility with the classy screen on the Note II LTE. It looks very sharp and individual pixels are really hard to distinguish. It's much brighter than the classy screen on the original Note.






Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE hands-on

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Moving on to benchmarks we've pitted the Note II LTE against heavy competition - namely the Xperia TX, T and V and a number of high-class quad-core contenders.

BenchmarkPi tests the core performance of the chipset. The Note II LTE calculated slightly faster than its quad-core competition but failed to match the per-core raw power of the Krait cores inside the Xperias.

BenchmarkPi

Lower is better

  • Sony Xperia T

    285

  • Sony Xperia V

    286

  • Sony Xperia TX

    289

  • Galaxy Note II LTE

    333

  • HTC One X (Tegra 3)

    338

  • Samsung Galaxy S III

    344

  • LG Optimus 4X HD

    350

  • Meizu MX 4-core

    362

NenaMark 2 takes the Note II LTE's GPU for a run. Here the Mali 400 MegaPixel (MP) did a fine job but was slightly behind the Adreno 225 competition.

NenaMark 2

Higher is better

  • Sony Xperia T

    60

  • Sony Xperia TX

    60

  • Sony Xperia V

    58.8

  • Galaxy Note II LTE

    55.4

  • Samsung Galaxy S III

    58.8

  • Meizu MX 4-core

    54.1

  • LG Optimus 4X HD

    52.3

  • HTC One X (Tegra 3)

    47.5

Quadrant is an all-round benchimprint - it tests the Central Processing Units (CPU) and GPU alike. The Galaxy Note II LTE once again defeated its smaller brother the Galaxy S III but failed to beat the Krait-powered Xperias.

Quadrant

Higher is better

  • Sony Xperia T

    5675

  • Sony Xperia V

    6047

  • Sony Xperia TX

    5793

  • Galaxy Note II LTE

    5942

  • Samsung Galaxy S III

    5365

  • Meizu MX 4-core

    5170

  • HTC One X (Tegra 3)

    4842

  • LG Optimus 4X HD

    4814

  • Motorola Atrix HD

    4178

For more info one all the Samsung devices released at IFA, check out our Samsung overview.


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