Samsung Galaxy S IV, set to be showcased at an event on March 14, is one of the most-awaited phones of Samsung. Since past many months, online media has been abuzz with speculations over the smartphone’s specs, design, pricing and more. However, there has been no concrete evidence to substantiate them. Now, benchmark scores on Antutu have finally revealed some of the crucial details about the device.
Antutu is a compound benchmark test that tests smartphones on parameters like database input/output, CPU performance, 2D and 3D graphics and microSD card read/write point. The score of Samsung Galaxy S IV has surfaced on the benchmark test, along with several other details.
On Antutu, Samsung Galaxy S IV notches up a score of 24,894 – the highest recorded among all smartphones. It shows that the phone has an eight-core CPU and is powered by Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). The phone used for benchmark test has a 1.8GHz Exynos processor, while previous reports said that the company has used a Qualcomm chipset instead. The device has a 4.99-inch touchscreen that has resolution of 1920x1080p, Antutu record shows.
A 13MP camera and LED flash have been mounted on the rear of Galaxy S IV, whereas a 2.1MP unit is placed in front. It also shows that the device has 2GB RAM and comes in 16 and 32GB on-board memory options. Connectivity features of Galaxy S IV recorded in Antutu database include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. It will work on GSM, CDMA and LTE networks, the test shows.
Samsung has also released the first teaser video of Galaxy S IV, but did not give any details of the phone, such as design or hardware specifications.