Samsung Galaxy S4 eight core processor "confirmed" in benchmarking tests

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Newly released benchmarking stats seem to confirm that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will indeed sport an eight (or “Octo”) core processor.

Sam Mobile have acquired an Antutu benchmarking test from someone reportedly in possession of a Galaxy S4, powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5410 chipset.

It reveals eight cores running at 1.8GHz clock speed, backed by 2GB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX 544 graphics processor. The results also suggest a 4.99-inch display at full HD 1080p resolution, with Android 4.2 being the phone’s OS. There’s also a 13MP camera listed, alongside GSM and LTE, suggesting a 4G launch handset.

Scroll down for the full benchmarking comparison table, putting the handset leagues ahead of rivals the Nexus 4 and the Optimus G. With the handset launching on March 14th, we’re now just under two weeks away from verifying the validity of months of rumours.
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Gerald Lynch

2 comments

  • Those benchmarks look like quite an improvement over the SIII and the Note II. There are so many rumors going around about the Galaxy SIV like the better camera and even the eight core processor, and the one I hope is true is the inclusion of a 1080p display. Considering the fact that I like streaming my live and recorded shows on my phone during the commute to and from work at DISH, I’d really like a higher resolution display to watch on. I use the DISH Anywhere app on my current phone, which lets me stream my live shows from my DVR anywhere I go, and it would work well on a display like that.

  • Those benchmarks look like quite an improvement over the SIII and the Note II. There are so many rumors going around about the Galaxy SIV like the better camera and even the eight core processor, and the one I hope is true is the inclusion of a 1080p display. Considering the fact that I like streaming my live and recorded shows on my phone during the commute to and from work at DISH, I’d really like a higher resolution display to watch on. I use the DISH Anywhere app on my current phone, which lets me stream my live shows from my DVR anywhere I go, and it would work well on a display like that.

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