The Samsung Galaxy S4, officially to get launched later this month, has surfaced in new benchmarks that show full HD 1080p display, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and a speedy processor.
The device has been seen in a number of possible benchmarks, pointing to several of those features. We see a device called the SCH-I959 that is believed to be its successor, the Galaxy S4. There are also some major specifications too that have emerged in this supposed benchmark.
The device carries a FHD display that indicates 1080p resolution, 1.8GHz processor along with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Although these benchmarks are possible to be faked, such features have been mentioned for Galaxy S4 in the past.
As expected, Samsung Galaxy S4, model GT-I9500, the alleged Galaxy S4 will perform very well. The upcoming Galaxy S4 is believed in two variants, the GT-I9400 and the GT-I9500. One S4 variant will get operational with Snapdragon 600 processor and the other will make use a Samsung Exynos chip. This might be Dual core Exynos Octa 5 or Dual core Exynos.
Although, alleged results show a score of 2540.35 for Samsung Galaxy S4, which is higher than iPhone 5′s 2416.34, these differences are not mind-blowing and moreover, one should keep in mind that this is not a CPU benchmark. Those scores need not scale with the underlying performance of the hardware.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is indeed shaping up as an impressive smartphone, based on whatever leaks we see on the web. It would be interesting to see which of these speculations match with the actual features will come out at the time of the launch. As the Snapdragon S800 chip is likely to be available only later this year, it seems unlikely that Galaxy S4 will use this one.
Do these benchmarks really represent useful information for you? Well, we leave that to you.