Samsung Galaxy S IV AnTuTu Benchmark results leaked

Samsung Galaxy S IV AnTuTu Benchmark Results

We have been reading a lot of news and rumors about the all new Samsung Galaxy S IV that the company is supposed to unveil in a few days. But did not have any good proof of this till now. And even though we have something that we can believe, this should not be taken seriously as this could also be just another mock up. There is a leaked screenshot of the smart phone’s AnTuTu benchmark results, and we can deduce a lot from this.

There have been rumors earlier that the South Korean smart phone giant was going to drop the home grown Samsung Exynos 5 octa core processor for a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU instead. But according to today’s leaks, it looks like the Exynos 5 is very much present. We are talking about the Exynos 5410 which has a 4+4 core setup and is running at 1.8 GHz. So does this mean that there could be another version of the smart phone with a Qualcomm chip in it? Well, we cannot be too sure of that.

The smart phone is coming with Android 4.2, or Jelly Bean. And the smart phone appears to have all cellular radios on board, which includes GSM, WCDMA, and LTE, as you can see from the settings. This means that there would be no variants for different carriers, which makes so many things simpler.

The smart phone will come with a 4.99 inch touch screen display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is true HD. Along with this, there is going to be a 13 mega pixel at the back and a front facing camera of 2.1 mega pixels. There will be a standard 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB or 32 GB variants. There were rumors about a 64 version as well, but it is not sure for now. There are also the usual Wi Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth radios. We will be able to see the smart phone for the first time in just a couple of weeks when the company is expected to announce it at a press event.

Source: Phone Arena