Benchmarks reveal Galaxy Note III and Xiaomi Mi-3
Benchmark leaks

Benchmark scores continue to appear providing info about upcoming smartphones, this time it’s Galaxy Note III and Xiaomi Mi-3.

We’ve already shared information about the Galaxy S4 Active and S4 Mini, which was based on the leaked benchmark results. Now it’s time for some more rumors. If AnTuTu benchmark scores are to be believed we now have specifications for yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy Note III and Xiaomi Mi-3 mobile casino gambling devices.

Judging by the results, the Galaxy S III (GT-N7200) runs on Android 4.3, and features a 1.6GHz CPU, which is the same clockspeed as the Exynos 5 Octa chipset, powering the Galaxy S4 Android casino gambling tool. So this part of the rumor might actually be true. However, based on the previous experience, Galaxy Note devices usually had overclocked SoCs, so in the end the Note III might launch with a higher speed CPU than 1.6GHz.

The other device found shining in benchmark scores is the mysterious Xiaomi Mi-3. The Mi-2 has been launched not so long ago, but apparently the manufacturer is already contemplating a substitution. The mobile casino games tamer is rumored to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC with quad-core Krait 400 CPU clocked at 2.1GHz.

Other features include the brand new Adreno 330 GPU, 1080p resolution display, which is an expected upgrade from the current 720p. The size of the screen is also expected to increase from 4.3 to 5 inch, bringing the device closer to the current competition.

Naturally, there’s no way of knowing if any of this information has any truth to it. We will make sure that our readers receive fresh updates as they happen.