Ready for another stack of Samsung Galaxy S4 rumors? I sure hope you are since this post will have a lot of fun news and stories to cover! However, before we actually get started with today's rumors let us look back on a post from last month, when AnTuTu benchmark reveled some interesting new specs. Today, the story continues as the Galaxy S4 got benchmarked once more (supposedly) and there some new rumors about its hardware and overall performance. So, put your thinking caps on and let us get started on our journey!
|Another S4 Benchmark photo pops up!|
The specs that the new AnTuTu Benchmark is proposing aren't very different from the original report and there is only one major difference worth mentioning - the CPU. According to the service provider, the Galaxy S4 has a CPU that is running at 1.9 GHz which is a bit better than the 1.8 GHz report we heard last month. While it seems like it is not a big deal, it appears that the little tweaks have been done are actually making an amazing difference. Last month the Galaxy S4 scored a bit more than 20,000 points on AnTuTu benchmark and as you can see right now it has an impressive score over 24.317! Of course, this all goes as long as you are ready to believe all of this.
The Galaxy S4 Sets the Bar Quite High!
Either way if this report is true, this means that S4 will once again help Samsung set the quality bar very high. The score of over 24,000 points is so impressive that there is currently no phone on the Market that can beat it. The Asus Padfone 2 and HTC J Butterfly come very close since they are the only other devices that got over 20,000 points. And for comparison purposes let us just throw this out: the Galaxy Note 2 "only" scored 17,500 points on the test, which just goes to show how much Samsung is going to improve on their previous lineup.
Another thing that people are busting their heads over is the CPU issue. The rumors are now indicating a 1.9 GHz clock speed and nobody is sure which unit is going to be placed inside of the phone. One would think that it would obviously be an Exynos CPU, but rumors are suggesting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 or Snapdragon S4 Pro. I personally find it hard to believe, although it is possible that Samsung might not be able to bring the Exynos CPU in time for every single market and thus they will have to settle with a Qualcomm chipset on selected markets. Whatever the case, both units are quality products and will certainly add value to the device.