Many people were thinking the Samsung Galaxy S5 would be announced with a 2560 x 1440 display, but to the dismay of many they stuck with the same 1080p display from yesteryear. It appears Samsung could be looking to satiate those who had a problem with the device, though, as a new Samsung phone has appeared over at GFXBench with a 2560 x 1440 display.
The phone has a model number of SM-G906S, which is somewhat close to the Galaxy S5’s SM-G900 being used. That doesn’t guarantee that this is a direct derivative of Samsung’s 2014 flagship, but it’s possible.
Unfortunately there’s nothing to know about the device just yet, though you should know the device outperformed the Exynos-based Galaxy S5 in a couple of different areas. We’re not quite sure what that means just yet, but the fact that it did the deed with a much higher resolution must mean good things.
It might be a while before we hear from this guy again — heck, we might not hear anything about it at all — so it probably wouldn’t be worth shelving those plans to grab the Galaxy S5 if you’ve been highly anticipating it.
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