We know it’s almost impossible to keep track of all the Samsung Galaxy S4-related rumors and leaks, but you canprobably remember one particular story that broke our hearts a while back.
According to that, the S4 was going to come in a single flavor around the world, which was good, but without the much anticipated Exynos 5 Octa processor beneath its hood. And as it turned out, the report was most likely wrong.
But a newly emerged benchmark contradicts it, and, while we have no way to know if this is legit, it’s certainly more trustworthy than the previous story.
The AnTuTu test shows the S4 packing an 8-core Exynos 5410 clocked at 1.8 GHz, alongside a PowerVR SGX 544 MP GPU and 2 GB of RAM. As expected, the hardware configuration is ready to break all speed records, scoring a whopping 24,894 points.
That’s well above the performance of last year’s Samsung Galaxy S3, Note 2 or even the HTC Droid DNA, but then again we’re yet to see the newly unveiled Sony Xperia Z and HTC One taking the same test.
Just for the record, we’d like to underline this benchmark doesn’t set anything in stone, but the most likely scenario right now is the S4 will come in both Exynos Octa and Snapdragon 600 versions.
Via [Android Authority]