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Purported Galaxy S IV benchmark results appear

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Purported Galaxy S IV benchmark results appear
And here it is - the Galaxy S IV has finally appeared in the online database of GLBenchmark. Of course, we shouldn't take this information too seriously yet, because it may easily be some other device, but for now the sources are pretty excited about these results, and even if there's the slightest chance of them being true, this means that it's impossible for us to ignore them.

The handset is shown as the Samsung SHV-E300S, but this shouldn't bother you, because it means that we're most probably looking at the South Korean version of the Galaxy S IV. Interestingly, the handset is also listed with a Qualcomm chipset MSM8960. Naturally, it's very unlikely for the international version of the GS IV to come with a Qualcomm processor, especially when Samsung recently announced the Exynos 5 Octa processor, which is more than up to the task. On the other hand, it wouldn't be exactly shocking if we see the South Korean version launch with a SoC by Qualcomm, so the credibility of the benchmark results seems to be intact for now.

And now, let's get to the real deal! According to these GLBenchmark results, the Galaxy S IV has scored 4672 Frames (41.3 Fps) in the Egypt HD C24Z16 - Offscreen (1080p) test, and 4450 Frames (39.4 Fps) in the Egypt HD C24Z16 - Onscreen test. These are some excellent results, but who knows, they may be even better on the international GS IV.

One of the best Android phones around, the Nexus 4, for example, scores 3803 Frames (33.7 Fps) in the offscreen test and 4977 Frames (44.0 Fps) in the onscreen test, which shows that it's not much slower, but still the GS IV should have some advantage.

The benchmark info also confirms the rumors that the Galaxy S IV will come with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels, while software-wise the handset will run Android 4.2.1.

Check out the following table for some additional comparisons of the Galaxy S IV's GLBenchmark results:



Samsung Galaxy S IV (E300S) Google
Nexus 4
Galaxy S III (I9300) Galaxy Note II (N7100)
Egypt HD - Offscreen (1080p) 4672 Frames
(41.3 Fps)
3803 Frames
(33.7 Fps)
1872 Frames
(16.6 Fps)
2157 Frames
(19.1 Fps)
Egypt HD - Onscreen 4450 Frames
(39.4 Fps)
4977 Frames
(44.0 Fps)
1890 Frames
(16.7 Fps)
2001 Frames
(17.7 Fps)

source: GLBenchmark via Techkiddy

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posted on 12 Feb 2013, 07:06 14

1. tusshharish (Posts: 342; Member since: 23 Oct 2012)


first step of S IV's entry.........and scrores are pretty good...

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 07:22 38

6. Emily1985 (Posts: 127; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)


last year Google Nexus 4 is faster than samsung galaxy S IV ???

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 07:43 11

15. ReaperChief (Posts: 31; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)


Sorry man, but the Nexus 4 is kinda like this year's phone.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 07:48 21

18. Emily1985 (Posts: 127; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)


"man"?
Google Nexus 4 Released 2012 November, welcome to 2013

posted on 13 Feb 2013, 01:57 8

105. agungs (Posts: 6; Member since: 13 Feb 2013)


N4 is under 720p againts SGS4 which benchmarked under 1080p..

posted on 15 Feb 2013, 13:30 2

109. ReaperChief (Posts: 31; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)


Umm, Nexus 4.. Announced in 2012, came into stock in late January 2013.. so.. Not a 2012 phone to me..

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 18:28 1

91. tuminatr (Posts: 774; Member since: 23 Feb 2009)


QUAD CORE VS DUAL CORE N4 should be faster

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 08:30 10

26. MrJerry (Posts: 403; Member since: 05 Oct 2012)


You don't actually believe that they are going to use Qualcomm chipset mainly for their GS4, do you?

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 15:45 1

75. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)


Galaxy s4 will have a snapdragon s4 pro. The first phone to have an a15 processor will be the Nexus 5 with a tegra 4. The Galaxy Note 3 will launch in the fall with a quad core exynos 5 though.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 17:48 3

85. MrJerry (Posts: 403; Member since: 05 Oct 2012)


Disagreed

GS4 regional version will only have QC chipset
Im not sure it will be a15 or a9....or octa or quad

But im quite sure Exynose will be mainly used for their upcoming GS4

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 19:59

100. taz89 (Posts: 2014; Member since: 03 May 2011)


i doubt it the only reason they used s4 for the s3 was because they did not have lte ready for the exynos which is why they used exynos in most countries and released the note 2 with exynos and lte because they managed to make it work together...i am certain that here in europe it will have exynos in some form and i would also bet that in US it will have exynos+ lte as they have no reason for snapdragon...samsung wants to use many of its own chips etc as it will make there profit margins bigger

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 09:11

34. tedkord (Posts: 12207; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


Did you read the benchmarks?

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 18:32

92. iushnt (Posts: 1785; Member since: 06 Feb 2013)


So you believe it 100%

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 12:21 6

54. maxican16 (Posts: 364; Member since: 29 Sep 2011)


That's only for onscreen results. The GSIV pushes more pixels due to its higher resolution (Full HD vs 720), so the result is a lower score. The offscreen test tells the true results because native resolution is ignored.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 13:34 8

66. Emily1985 (Posts: 127; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)


You play games in offscreen mode?

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 14:08

68. tedkord (Posts: 12207; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


The Nexus 4 on screen is limited 720p, while the other supposed GS4 us outputting 1080p.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 16:12 1

78. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)


nexus 4 is 768p*

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 15:52

77. maxican16 (Posts: 364; Member since: 29 Sep 2011)


Hah, touche.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 18:55

99. xtremesv (Posts: 298; Member since: 21 Oct 2011)


We're talking about graphics performance alone. Nobody should conclude Nexus 4 is faster solely from these data.

posted on 22 Feb 2013, 13:50

112. boricua786 (Posts: 4; Member since: 07 Aug 2011)


I believe that is incorrect only because I just did a benchmark test with my GS3 and pulled 5430 frames!!

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 08:56 2

29. wendygarett (unregistered)


I can't believe crapdragon s4 manage to on par with exynos5 :(

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 09:07 4

33. TerryCrowley (Posts: 194; Member since: 31 Jul 2011)


You best believe that, playa.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 09:27 2

39. imsickwithsmartphone (Posts: 153; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


crappydragon...XD

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 10:33 1

47. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


That isn't the Exynos. Although I wouldn't be surprised that they used a Qualcomm 600 or 800 instead of the Exynos Octa. Currently the Exynos 5 dual needs the huge Nexus 10 battery so if the Exynos Octa isn't ready in time for the GS4, Qualcomn it is. I really hope they don't use the same S4 pro that is in the Nexus 4, padfone 2, oppo 5, DNA, xiaomi phone 2, Xperia Z, most likely the HTC one etc.

That would really suck if they used the S4 pro.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 14:42 1

71. amiroo (Posts: 269; Member since: 03 Sep 2012)


just wait since HTC ONE destroy it..

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 15:47

76. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)


Htc One has a 1.7ghz snapdragon s4 pro. It will be almost identical benchmarks to the nexus 4.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 13:06

111. BitterTruth (unregistered)


Snapdragon is better than Exynos. (S3 vs Optimus G)

Check the reviews before hitting the unlike button.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 09:26 2

38. imsickwithsmartphone (Posts: 153; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


can't wait to see real life PERFOMANCE!!

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 16:13

79. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)


In terms of real life performance its good. It makes calls, it can play angry birds without lag and it can even load the internet.

posted on 12 Feb 2013, 07:07 16

2. darkkjedii (Posts: 22025; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)


Impressive. This will b an excellent device, looking forward to seeing it in action.

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