Samsung Galaxy S4 benchmarks leaked, confirms early rumors

Samsung Galaxy S4 benchmarks leaked, confirms early rumors

Everyone is buckling up for the most anticipated Samsung device of the year, the Galaxy S 4. Samsung, obviously excited about it, has released a new teaser on YouTube.  With the launch of the next big thing right round the corner, we still have time for new and exciting details to leak.  Today, benchmarks of the Samsung Galaxy S4 appeared over at Antutu Benchmark, and they seem to confirm many specifications.

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According to the information, the Galaxy S4 is running on Exynos 5410, clocked at 1.8 GHz with 4+4 CPU setup, this confirms that Samsung is not planning to launch S4 with Qualcomm chipset. On the other hand, this could be the international version of the handset.

Revealed by the benchmarks:

  • 4.99-inch display with full HD resolution;
  • 2 GB of RAM;
  • SoC Exynos 5 Octa;
  • GPU PowerVR SGX 544MP;
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean;
  • 13 megapixel back camera;
  • 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera;
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC

We cannot wait to see the Galaxy S4, as it is going to give a hard time to the HTC One and other competitive devices. Do you think the Samsung Galaxy S4 really will be the next ‘big thing’? Share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.

Via: PhoneArena

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  1. Jacob Markussen
    March 04, 10:28 Reply

    Yeah, specs are really nice, but I think it is going to be the look and feel of the actual phone that is going to be most important for me. If it looks good, I am definitely buying!

  2. a63548
    March 04, 10:38 Reply

    Those specs sound amazing. Especially the 13mp camera and the Exynos 5 processor. Has anything been mentioned about there being a microsd slot present?

  3. A nony mouse
    March 04, 11:45 Reply

    Its going to be shit trying to hold such a large phone in 1 hand.

  4. corb06
    March 04, 12:17 Reply

    I really hope the battery time will match S3 with at least 3½ hours screentime. Otherwise this s4 will be hard to make it through a normal day.

  5. Uriah Romero
    March 04, 13:51 Reply

    I also can’t wait to see the S4 in the coming weeks. It’ll be cool to see what new features Samsung will stuff into the new phone. Personally, I hope to see the 1080p display rumor turn out to be true. Considering that I like to stream my live and recorded shows on my phone while I’m on my way to and from work at DISH, I think a higher resolution display could be beneficial. I have the DISH Anywhere app on my current phone, which allows me to stream my live shows wherever I go, and it would go well with a display like that.

  6. ChaCha
    March 04, 21:07 Reply

    I’d like to see a side by side benchmark comparison w/the HTC One.

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