Everyone and their pet dog knows that Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone would be known as the Samsung Galaxy S4 (you cannot get any less creative with the naming convention, although it does lend a sense of continuity to the entire situation), and it seems that an Antutu benchmark has served up not only the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S4, but also some of its hardware specifications as well.
Just what kind of a story does the Antutu benchmark reveal where the Galaxy S4 is concerned? For starters, an 1.8GHz Exynos Octa 5410 processor is set to debut on the handset, in addition to a PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics processor that ought to offer blazing fast performance.
Apart from that, your eyes will definitely appreciate the 4.99” Full HD display that delivers eye-popping visuals, where that will be accompanied by 2GB RAM, and shutterbugs will definitely fall in love with the 13-megapixel camera located at the back. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is the operating system of choice right out of the box, while the Galaxy S4 looks set to retain its Menu, Back and Home buttons as found on its predecessors.
Thing is, the Galaxy S4 also looks set to support GSM, WCDMA and LTE networks using its Exynos processor which would seem to point towards the presence of just one variant of the device, otherwise known as the GT-I9500. This clearly marks it out as a world phone, which should be good news to those who tend to do a whole lot of traveling.
Well, are you stoked yet? I must say that all of us over here at AndroidPIT are looking forward to some Galaxy S4 action this coming March 14th in New York City!