Samsung has released the popular Galaxy S III handset this year and it has got immense success, but it seems they are already looking forward to next year and the Galaxy S IV rumors already heating up. Yesterday, a mysterious Samsung GT-I9400 handset popped up on NenaMark2 benchmarking website, making the tech world to believe that it might be the the successor of the Galaxy S III or might be another Galaxy phone just running on early test hardware with early test ROM. We’ve been seeing a no. of leaks about the next flagship of the Samsung Galaxy S series but here we are talking about a new model. Today, we’ve one more guest, making rounds on NenaMark website. The latest addition is Samsung GT-I9525, hinting us this could be the upcoming Galaxy S IV handset.
When it comes to the NenaMark2 results mentioned, we have a 720p display, Android 5.0, 1.8Ghz processor assisted by the ARM Mali-400 MP GPU, which means we’re talking about Samsung’s own Exynos chipset. It looks like the Galaxy S IV smartphone will have a 2 or 3 gigabytes of RAM, and a 13MP camera on the back side. The widely popular Galaxy S III is currently rockin’ an 8MP camera on back side and 2GB RAM to keep things running.
According to the other rumors, Samsung is working on an Android phone with a 4.99″ Super AMOLED display with 1080p resolution and 441ppi pixel density and we may see it CES event early next year. There’s also a pretty high chance for Samsung to launch the Galaxy S IV handset either at CES 2013 or at MWC 2013 in Barcelona.