Long time passed since South Korean tech giant Samsung launched its last Galaxy S series smartphone “Galaxy S3.” Rumors swirling, right now Samsung is working on its next generation Galaxy S series smartphone – Galaxy S4. It is being assumed that Samsung will place 8-core Exynos 5 CPU inside Galaxy S4.
We’ve seen the components as well as technologies that are related to specific electronic devices and are unveiled at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and Mobile World Congress(MWC), most of the time are used in latter generation devices. Few days ago, Samsung revealed its 8-core Exynos 5 mobile processor at CES 2013. This hints that Samsung will use this 8-core Exynos 5 mobile processor in its upcoming smartphone. But in which smartphone? It is assumed that it will be Samsung Galaxy S4.
According to rumors, Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I95oo) will run on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean and will feature new Exynos 5 Octa CPU, Mali-T658 GPU, 4.99-inch SuperAMOLED Full HD Resolution Display (diagonally it’s 5-inch) , 2GB RAM, 13MP rear facing camera capable of shooting 1080p Full HD video at 30FPS, 2MP front facing camera capable of shooting 720p HD video, integrated pen.
SamMobile at first discovered the Antutu benchmark database about Galaxy S4. The benchmark depicts the Galaxy S4 that will be launched in Britain and Korea will come with GT-I9500 and SHV-E300S model number, respectively. Both the British and Korean device will feature a 1.8GHz CPU and will be shipped with Android 4.2.1 as standard.
Be noted, neither of these benchmarks confirm anything. Either these benchmarks could be fake. Or else, the devices are in prototype mode but there is no guarantee that either of these features will arrive on the final product. Samsung hasn’t said anything on this matter. But we expect Samsung will open its mouth soon. So stay tuned to know the real scenario.
Source: Redmond Pie
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