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Benchmark results for Galaxy S IV?

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The screenshot below shows the results of NenaMark2 benchmark that was performed on a device named Samsung SCH-I545. Connoisseurs of these benchmarks will know that the Galaxy S III arrived on the market labeled SCH-I535, so this is for all lovers of rumors and leaked information on the Internet more than clear evidence of how the device labeled SCH-I545 indicates that it is actually the new Galaxy S IV.

The website benchmark reveals that the device has a screen that is capable of delivering a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, while its processor runs at 1.9 GHz. This supports previous rumors and leaked information, which said that Galaxy S IV comes with a faster and more powerful quad-core processor and full HD touchscreen.

In this picture can also be seen that the Samsung packed Qualcomm Adreno 320 GPU is in their new smartphone. Of course, the results of this benchmark test can easily be "adjusted", so this is still not a guarantee that this really is a genuine test of Galaxy S IV.

[Ed – Although it is likely that this is the Galaxy S IV it is still a little early to gauge what these numbers really mean. After all some of the leaked numbers for the original HTC EVO 4G showed amazing performance, but when the product hit the market it had CPU throttling enabled that prevented you from getting the same performance (unless you rooted the phone). We will all have to wait and see what the S IV will bring to the table besides a larger screen and Full HD resolution. Samsung, like every other smartphone maker will need to pull out some good tricks or they will find people reluctant to upgrade to newer and more expensive devices for little more than a few extra features…]

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Last modified on Monday, 18 February 2013 05:43

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