The huge Samsung Galaxy Note, the 5.3" screen Android superphone we shared with you guys last week, just scored an equally huge score in Quadrant in the above video. The dual-core 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos processor was able to achieve a whopping 3,624 Quadrant score, which puts it square in line with the SGS2, and ahead of just about any other Android smartphone.

The video also came with a report that the big-phone/mini-tab will not be heading to the U.S., but will be heading to Europe and carry an equally gigantic price of 750 euro ($1,060). It will initially arrive only in Scandinavian countries including Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, although it is possible that it could spread further if it is a success.

Source: PhoneArena