Samsung Galaxy Premier spotted on AnTuTu

Samsung Galaxy Premier spotted on AnTuTu
Soon after the model name GT-i9260 started appearing on the interwebs, some were quick to speculate that a Galaxy Nexus followup was behind this enigmatic alphanumerical code. Then several days ago, it became more likely for a smartphone called Samsung Galaxy Premier to bear the said model name. Furthermore, a photo of the Premier surfaced too, along with some rumored hardware specs – 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8MP camera, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre-loaded.

Now, some of you might be wondering just what that 1.5GHz CPU might be capable of. Well, wonder no more as a Samsung Galaxy Premier has already been benchmarked, it seems. An Android smartphone with the model name GT-i9268 has been spotted on AnTuTu – likely a TD-SCDMA version of the Galaxy Premier bound for China, and it scored 7,736 points, which is a pretty decent figure. In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus averages about 5,500 points, while the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy S III gets around 6100 points. An international Samsung Galaxy S III model, powered by a quad-core Exynos chip, goes beyond the 13,000 mark on AnTuTu, which is quite impressive.

Samsung Galaxy Premier found on AnTuTu

Samsung Galaxy Premier found on AnTuTu

But then again, one should keep in mind that high synthetic benchmark scores aren't always a guarantee that a smartphone would perform flawlessly. Let's just wait until the Samsung Galaxy Premier (or whatever it ends up being called) is announced, and then we'll judge it once we get to take it for a spin.

source: SamMobile via Android Authority

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Galaxy Premier
  • Display 4.7" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.9 MP front
  • Processor TI OMAP4470, Dual-core, 1500 MHz
  • Storage 8 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 2100 mAh(11h 3G talk time)



1. Besiki

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 16, 2012

2. MeoCao unregistered

And the pollution of SS Galaxy brand continues

3. samdsox

Posts: 11; Member since: Sep 19, 2012

I disagree. This is not nearly as bad as the galaxy s3 mini. You've got a super amoled hd display, meaning its NOT amoled which is in fact better than the gs3's pentile display. 1.5 gh dual core processor which is probably the same s4 soc as the gs3 and an 8mb camera which is the same as the gs3. The only thing we don't know if its different is the 2 gigabytes of ram. And to top it all off this comes out of the box with jelly bean. To me it seems more like the actual gs3 mini, than the gs3 mini is. I say get rid of the mini and use this. Sure they use galaxy brand on everything, but thats how they market. I mean look at the droid brand. In one year the release like 5 or 6 of the same type of phone. The galaxy brand releases 3 different sizes and types (note 2, gs3, gs3 premier) although I agree there is one too many (gs3 mini).

6. g2a5b0e unregistered

The Galaxy brand releases 3 different sizes & types? Where have you been, man? Ever heard of the Galaxy Duos? Galaxy Stratosphere? Galaxy Pro? Galaxy Blaze? Galaxy Relay? Galaxy Pop? Galaxy Prevail? That's just a few of them. There are a lot more.

8. inertiatic

Posts: 34; Member since: May 29, 2012

Actually, since it is not a Super Amoled PLUS display, that means it is pentile. It's probably the screen from the Galaxy Nexus, which is a 4.65 inch Super Amoled HD.

4. cretinick

Posts: 148; Member since: Jan 25, 2011

Still hoping that this is a Galaxy Nexus, following a new Nexus policy, and he comes with pure Android.

5. Atrixboyyy

Posts: 580; Member since: Nov 03, 2011

I like how they said we'll slow down the releasing Of new phones and focus on specific ones till the time comes for a new one but SS and moto already renigd on that deal i.e razr m, i, hd, hd maxx ...

7. pinball00

Posts: 22; Member since: Sep 21, 2012

good job samsung another cheap plastic on the way 5 offers nothing new but it has great hardware

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