Adding to a recent flurry of Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours, the claimed Samsung Galaxy S4 specs have suggested the as yet unconfirmed handset will boast a market leading collection of innards, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 follow-on set to be a true iPhone 5 and Google Nexus 4 rival.
Leaked in a selection of prematurely outed Antutu benchmarks, the mooted Samsung Galaxy S4 will reportedly be made available in two variants, with Korean and International iterations accounting for varying cellular standards.
Tipped to run Google’s Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS from launch, the claimed Samsung Galaxy S4 specs have seen the currently mythical handset paired with a selection of high-end innards including the CES unveiled eight-core 1.8GHz Exynos 5 octa-core processor. Ensuring high performance speeds without dramatic battery drain, the 1.8GHz Samsung Galaxy S4 octa-core processor is comprised of four high-performance cores and four low-power cores.
Further Samsung Galaxy S4 specs tipped by the leaked benchmarks have added backing to past Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours with the handset once again said to sport an expansive 4.99-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1080p Full HD resolution. Elsewhere, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is believed to confirm its grounding as a market leading smartphone with 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera with 1080p video recording capabilities and a second, 2-megapixel forward-facing camera all reportedly making the cut.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Rumours
As well as claiming to unveil the full band of Samsung Galaxy S4 specs, recent Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours have offered an insight into the upcoming handset’s form factor and arrival.
Whilst Samsung Galaxy S4 release date rumours have suggested the device will enter the realms of reality in a dedicated April or May launch event following next month’s MWC expo in Barcelona, leaked Samsung Galaxy S4 pictures have hinted the handset will rid itself of a physical home button in favour of a full touchscreen interface.
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