Another unidentified Samsung product has appeared in AnTuTu benchmark results, this time called the GT-P5200.
The Samsung device did impressively well, scoring a 24616, which places it high in performance, on the same level as the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4. It's possible that this could be the 10.1-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, but that remains unclear.
One factor pointing toward this being the Galaxy Tab 3 is that the Galaxy Tab 2 had the codename GT-P5100, making it easy to imagine that what we're seeing is the successor. If the device is indeed a new Samsung tablet, then it would be one of the fastest Android tablets out there. But since Samsung no longer uses GT-PXXXX for its tablets, it has been speculated that this AnTuTu benchmark was conducted on an early prototype device.
From what we know so far, the Samsung device sports a 1280x800 resolution, a 1.6Ghz processor and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. There's no real indication as to whether the device runs on a Qualcomm quad-core processor or Samsung's Exynos 5 Octa-core.
This new device could be five times faster than the Galaxy Tab 2. Although that tablet was never tremendously powerful, having a dual-core one GHz TI OMAP 4430 chip, five times that power should still be impressive. We also haven't yet seen an Android tablet score in the range of the 24,000 point mark in AnTuTu, making this mystery device even more alluring.
However, since there's the possibility of this being an early prototype, and since the benchmarks can be manipulated, it's best to remain skeptical of the benchmark results.