Not too long ago, a Samsung device carrying a model number SM-G900F was spotted on Zauba, a logistics tracking website for India, and imported to India for research and development purposes. The handset could be a worthy candidate to be called the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. Now, the same SM-G900F was spotted on BrowserMark, adding more hype to all the rumors that were circulating on the internet.
Let’s do a quick recap. First, a Samsung device with SM-G900S was spotted on GFXBench, touting some of the specifications of the handset before another variant turned up on Zauba. We’re wildly guessing that it could be the next Galaxy S5 as it comes with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution, which is expected to come with the purported handset.
The benchmarks performed on BrowserMark doesn’t provide any extra detail, but the device performed exceptionally well and ended up in the top 3. Based on Rumors, Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to come with a 5-inch display, 64-Bit processor (could be Snapdragon 805 or Exynos 6), 4GB RAM, 16MP ISOCELL camera with Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed out of the box. Rumors suggest that Samsung may introduce the handset in two versions: one will feature a metal casing with a curved screen while the second version will carry the same form factor as the current Galaxy S4.
Unfortunately, we can’t draw any conclusion from the benchmarks leaked today, but there’s a high probability that it could be the next Samsung flagship. The handset is expected to launch by the end of first quarter 2014, and until that time, I’m sure rumor mill will come up with more devices and information about the purported Samsung Galaxy S5.
Source: Phone Arena