Samsung Galaxy S III placeholder tops AnTuTu benchmark charts
A new device has topped the AnTuTu Android benchmark software ranking list chart, taking over the Transformer Prime with the quad-core Tegra 3.
The device is uploaded as the Samsung Galaxy SIII, which was the preferred name for the next Galaxy flagship before it became clear that Samsung itself is calling it Galaxy S3.
The device info section uses a popular render of the SGS3 for a picture placeholder, and lists the processor as a 1.4GHz Exynos 4212, which is the fishy part, as Samsung just made the quad-core 4412 official and said it will go into the "next Galaxy" in May.
The other specs are a 4.7" HD display, and 12MP camera, which coincide with Amazon Germany's preorder listing for the phone, so we more or less know what's shaking for the May 3 announcement. The big question mark is design, and Samsung is so tight-lipped about it, that we suspect torture chambers being set up in the HQ basement for any tester that leaks the final ceramic looks.