Today a few images of Antutu benchmark test results have appeared and now we can convey some solid (assuming this is real of course) information about what Samsung will certainly bill as “the next big thing.” We are inclined to agree.
First thing we can say is that the Exynos 5410 is there, humming along at 1.8GHz with a 4+4 core setup, along with a nosebleed inducing final score. That is not to say that we might see a Qualcomm chip on another build of the device however. Android 4.2 is there (of course) and the new Galaxy S IV appears to be a true “world” phone, rather than having specific variants for each carrier. That assumption is being made based on the presence of a GSM/WCDMA/LTE network setting. This is a similar approach to the iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV will also have a 13MP main camera, along with a 2.1MP front facing unit, 2GB of RAM and either 16 or 32GB of storage. Again, these are things we pretty much knew already. There was some speculation that a 64GB version of the device might make an appearance, but right now that does not seem to be the case.
We can also see the rest of the goodness Samsung has in store, the HD 4.99-inch 1920x1080 screen, and all the other standard fare, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The good news is that we are only a couple weeks from Samsung’s official announcement, and PhoneArena.com will be there to show you all the goodies.
source: Androidiani and HDBlog.it