The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is out next week, but its benchmarks have leaked ahead of that. And if they're on the mark, this could be the most powerful handset ever.
Phone Arena spotted the benchmarks from the dual-SIM version of the Note 3, that goes by the model name SM-N9002. And, in news to butter the muffins of specs-fanciers the world over, it racked up an AnTuTu score of 31,276.
That's a whopping 11,000-odd more than the next highest handset, according to AnTuTu's website. The phone in second place is the Xiami 2, which is only available in China.
The next highest-scoring phone you can buy in the UK is the Asus Padfone 2.
AnTuTu describes itself as a "comprehensive Android benchmarking application". It includes performance of memory, CPU, graphics, and SD card write-speed.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 features 3GB of RAM, which is the most ever in a mobile. It's also powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor.
It's out on September 25th, and as you'd expect, it's not cheap. If you want it SIM-free, it'll set you back around £600.
Samsung has previously been accused of cheating a bit in these benchmark tests. It was said the Galaxy S4's chips detected when they were being put through their paces in AnTuTu tests, and overclocked themselves.
Samsung replied that some overclocking happens naturally during full-screen browsing and when using the camera, so they were a fair representation.