Personally I’ve retired from gaming on anything smaller than my Nexus 7 but the 5.5 inch display on the Samsung Galaxy NOTE 2 may change that. The device has been benchmarked and it posted some amazing numbers. We know benchmarks don’t really indicate real world usage but this is a good sign for its gaming capabilities. We all know how powerful the quad-core version of the Galaxy S 3 is and even with a larger screen, it pretty much killed that device in every benchmark test. Head past the break to see the results, it might be a viable alternative to the quad-core S4 that’s releasing later this year.
|Galaxy Note II||Galaxy Note (international)||Galaxy S III (I9300)|
|SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms, lower is better)||1,330||2,902||1,460|
|GL Benchmark Egypt Offscreen||114 fps||N/A||99 fps|