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Samsung Galaxy S5 benchmarks leaked, beaten by iPhone 5S

The Samsung Galaxy S5 may just have been spotted in some leaked benchmarks that see it outpaced by the iPhone 5S.

A benchmark result for a smartphone with the code name Samsung SM-G900F has appeared courtesy of a Rightware Browsermark test.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 benchmark result was 3303.88, which put it behind the Apple iPhone 5S at 3669.91 and surprisingly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as well at 3353.07.

However, Rightware said that the Galaxy S5 is running a slightly older browser, Google Chrome 28, which may affect the results. If it was running Chrome 31, it could have leapfrogged the Galaxy Note 3 and sparred with the iPhone 5S.

The Samsung SM-G900F is slightly different to the model number of the claimed Galaxy S5 that appeared in GFXBench benchmarks last week, but it may just be a variation of the smartphone for a different network provider. We doubt the letter would have any effect on the actual smartphone itself.

The GFXBench benchmarks revealed a preliminary specs sheet for the Samsung Galaxy S5, and suggested it would have a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440p 2K or Quad HD display.

It should have a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU clocked at 2.5GHz and run Android 4.4 KitKat.

The Galaxy S5 is also tipped to have an Adreno 330 GPU and potentially a flexible plastic OLED display.

Of course, both the models listed in the benchmarks could not be the Samsung Galaxy S5 at all. Samsung has already said it has a total of four or five new phones planned for early 2014 already.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 release date has been tipped for March 2014, with an announcement event apparently scheduled for February around MWC 2014 time.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs iPhone 5S

Via: Hothardware

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