In the wake of Samsung’s first teaser for the Galaxy S4, which we thoroughly expect to be announced next week, a new benchmark score has surfaced, revealing a possible final hardware configuration for the phone. According to the AnTuTu result, the specs will stay in line with much of what was floated when rumors of the device first surfaced. That is, 1080p 4.99-inch display, next-gen Exynos processing, and Android 4.2
Specifically, it sounds as though rumors of a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset might not be totally factual, as the benchmark here presents Samsung’s Exynos 5410, the 4+4 Exynos 5 Octa cranked to 1.8GHz. As with the Galaxy S3, though, there is a chance that different markets could see phones utilizing different chipsets.
Other specs detailed in the report include 2GB RAM and PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics. The phone should feature a 13MP rear camera with 2.1MP front-facing camera.
Of course, we won’t know anything for certain until March 14th, the date all will be revealed at a New York City press event.
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