Galaxy S IV Appeared on NenaMark Website as Samsung GT-I9400?

Galaxy S IV

2012 was huge for Samsung, due to the widely successful Galaxy S III handset and the next year also need to be even bigger for the South Korean manufacturer. Samsung’s new Galaxy S IV smartphone has cropped up a number of times in the past few days, and we may be a few months away from seeing the official announcement for the next Galaxy S edition, but that’s certainly not going to stop the rumor mill from revealing more new details. A new leak yesterday has revealed the existence of the Galaxy S IV handset in the form of benchmark results by popping up on NenaMark’s website.

The good folks over Sam Mobile has uncovered NenaMark 2 benchmark results for the mysterious Samsung GT-I9400 handset, which is believed to be the upcoming GS4 handset. If you remember, the models numbers of the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S II were GT-I9300 and GT-I9200 respectively.

NenaMark2 results mentioned some unconvincing specs details for the Samsung GT-I9400 handset, including a 800×480 resolution display and 1.2GHz processor with a Mali-400 GPU (found on the current quad-core Exynos), which makes a whole lot of sense for an upcoming Galaxy S IV device as there’s no way that Samsung would release it with these low specifications.

Samsung GT-I9400 NenaMark2 Results

All the previous rumors and leaks suggested that GS4 will plausibly use a new Exynos quad-core processor which is said to be in testing phases now over at Samsung and it is rumored to pack a 5-inch display at 1920×1080 resolution, a Samsung Exynos 5450 chipset with quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU, Mali-658 GPU, a 13MP camera, and Android 4.2 with a new version of their TouchWiz software running on top of it. So, Sammy might be using lower-end hardware here on NenaMark2 benchmarking to in order to gage how it perform with the new TouchWiz software running on Android 4.2.

We’ll see plenty of Galaxy S IV rumors and leaks and all will be confirmed in the coming months. It is expected to be launched in April-May 2013. Stay tuned for more details.

Source: NenaMark, Via: SamMobile

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