The Samsung Galaxy S IV is definitely one of the much awaited devices. It has created a lot of buzz regarding its specs, designing, price etc. Additionally, the device has been scheduled to be showcased at an event, scheduled to be held on March 14. The latest reports reveal that the device has been captured through benchmark scores on AnTuTu.
We must let you know here that AnTuTu is a compound benchmark test that judge smartphones based on processor performances, 2D/3D graphics, database input/output and microSD card read/write points of view. The fourth generation Galaxy S model of Samsung has topped the AnTuTu Benchmark test with a total score of 24894 and that’s why the device is much hyped these days.
As per the benchmark revelation, the device features a 1.8GHz exynos processor and is operated with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean platform. Then what you think about its performance? Of course mind blwing. It makes use of a Qualcomm chipset and sports a 4.99-inch touchscreen with 1920 x 1080p resolutions, according to AnTuTu. Hence you can have a bright visual of all your contents in the device. The device packs a 13MP main-end snapper with LED flash and an additional 2.1MP front facing one. While the rear camera will assist you to imprison your best moments, the front camera will help you to go for a video chat.
It supports 2GB RAM and provides 16/32 GB built-in memory space to store your abundant movies, videos, music and other data. In terms of connectivity, the device features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v 4.0. The device is liable to function in LTE, GSM and CDMA networks, reveal the benchmark reports. Though nothing can be ensured about the revealed specs, but things will be clarified in the upcoming event of Samsung, scheduled to be held in New York, where Samsung will officially declare the details.
What we guess from the given spec details, the device is of course going to blow all its previous records with this upcoming generation of Galaxy model. And we look forward to comeback with some further spec details as we know a number of leaks of the device will hit the grounds before the device is officially launched.
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