The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 May Use Something More Powerful than Mali-400
Whatever Samsung was planning with its upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1, the company has gone back to the board to reconfigure the specs. Leaked results of Taiji benchmark tool hinted an impressive performance level. Scored at 61.4Mp per second, the tablet beats the Samsung Galaxy SIII by a wide margin, indicating much more powerful hardware under the hood. Since the Galaxy Note 10.1 is likely still use the Exynos 4412 chipset, the GPU could be the more advanced Mali T-604, not the older Mali-400 used in the Samsung Galaxy SIII.
It was thought previously that the Mali T-604 will arrive only with Exynos 5 chipset, but perhaps the South Korean company is testing different combinations. The Mali T-604 is claimed to have five times the performance of Mali-400 performance. Something is definitely brewing in Samsung’s R&D labs and other devices with the exceptional GPU may be unleashed soon. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is an enlarged version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.0” and it’s not a part of the larger Samsung Galaxy Tab family. It will come with features distinctive to Galaxy Note series, such as the S-Pen.