A device that showed up on the Nenamark Benchmark site appears to be the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy S III
. The device is listed as having the Verizon brand and the model number, SCH-i535, matches the model number of the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy S III as seen on a user agent profile
. Other specs listed on the site include a 1.5GHz CPU which matches the dual-core Qualcomm S4 expected under the hood of the U.S. models of the phone. The 1280 x 720 resolution of the screen is also a perfect match. Android 4.04 is the OS on the phone and the GPU listed was the Adreno 225 making it all a perfect match for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
So how did the eagerly awaited handset make out in the benchmark test? With an average score of 58.84, the device slightly outperformed the 58.73 score of the quad-core 1.4GHz exynos powered international version of the Samsung Galaxy S III
, the GT-I9300. Based on this benchmark, which is a graphics performance test, it would seem that the Adreno 225 slightly outperformed the Mali-400.
Test results from the Verizon version (L) and International version (R) of the Samsung Galaxy S III