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Samsung GT-P5200 comes out fighting in Antutu benchmark

Samsung's GT-P5200 has scored quite impressively in an unconfirmed Antutu benchmark, rivaling the Galaxy S4 and HTC One. Is this the performance we can expect from the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1?
May 6, 2013
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It’s time for another benchmark result, this time from an, as of yet, unidentified Samsung product. The GT-P5200 scored an impressive 24616 in the popular Antutu benchmark, sticking it right up at the top of the performance table with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One.

Some have speculated that this could be a benchmark for Samsung’s 10.1 inch version of the recently released Galaxy Tab 3, after all the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 was the GT-P5100. However, it looks like this it could be a result from an earlier prototype, as the codename has supposedly changed.

But if this is indeed a benchmark from one of Samsung’s next tablet devices, then it would be one of the fastest Android tablet results recorded to date.

GT-P5200 benchmark

All we know hardware wise is that the device packs a 1.6Ghz processor, a 1280×800 resolution display, and comes with Android 4.2.2. Based on the results, it could easily be using a Snapdragon 600 chip, which scored 24258 when clocked at 1.7Ghz in the HTC One and 25900 when clocked slightly higher in the 1.9Ghz Galaxy S4. On the other hand it might be a slightly slower Exynos 5 Octa, it’s possible that a 200Mhz under-clock could cause a nearly 3000 point loss compared with the 1.8Ghz Exynos powered Galaxy S4.

Of course benchmark scores aren’t the most reliable pieces of data as they are quite easily tampered with, so well just leave this as speculation for now. Still, whatever Samsung device the GT-P5200 turns out to be, it could be a pretty snappy piece of hardware.