Verizon version of Samsung Galaxy S IV may have hit benchmark site, shows 1.9GHz processor

Verizon version of Samsung Galaxy S IV may have hit benchmark site, shows 1.9GHz processor
A mystery handset that was benchmarked on the NenaMark2 site could be the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy S IV. The model number, SCH-i545 is similar to the SCH-i535 which is Verizon's model number for the Samsung Galaxy S III. According to the benchmark site, the screen has a FHD resolution of 1080 x 1920 and a 1.9GHz processor. Android 4.2 is listed as being installed.

One point of contention is with the GPU used on the device on the NenaMark2 site. That device shows an Adreno 320 GPU while earlier speculation called for the return of a PowerVR GPU for the next version of Samsung's flagship Android phone. The latest information has the eagerly awaited device getting introduced at a event on March 15th and rolled out the next month in Europe. That would match the launch of the current flagship which also was launched first in Europe before eventually getting released in the U.S.

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S IV is becoming an event similar to the annual introduction of the new Apple iPhone where leaked pictures are scrutinized and rumors and speculation become the order of the day.

source: BRM (translated) via Slashgear

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