Italian publication has posted the AnTuTu benchmark screen shots of the yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S5 has been reportedly noticed on AnTuTu benchmark listings, along side details of the viscera of the device.
An Italian publication AnTuTu benchmark screenshots of the yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S5. However, the location clearly reveals that the benchmarks are tested on a example or a beta version of the device and not a final product. As per the location, the alleged example of the Galaxy S5 has been sent to major mobile carriers for testing functions.
According to the location, the Galaxy S5 can sport a 16-megapixel rear camera and can be high-powered by a a pair of.5GHz quad-core flower 800 processor. Further, the leaked benchmark screenshots reveal a full-HD show in tow providing a element density of 480ppi.
Notably, the device being aforesaid to be the example of the Galaxy S5 is seen running mechanical man four.4.2 KitKat version. The leaked screenshots conjointly show the alleged example of the Galaxy S5 marking an interesting thirty five,666, and is seen leading smartphones like Samsung Galaxy Note three, Sony Xperia Z radical, LG G2, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Samsung has already sent media invitations for its “UnPacked 5″ event, wherever the corporate is claimed to unveil ensuing Galaxy flagship smartphone at the sidelines of MWC 2014 on Gregorian calendar month twenty four in urban center.
On weekday, a report citing AN business executive with information of Samsung’s plans prompt that the Galaxy S5 unveiling are going to be a low-keyed event. in keeping with the report, Samsung Galaxy S4′s underperformance in terms of sales, despite of a flashy launch in the big apple last year has been a reason for the corporate to travel for a toned-down event.
In addition, the report conjointly noted that Samsung might showcase the Galaxy Gear successor along side Galaxy S5 at MWC, one thing we’ve detected antecedently, from a Samsung VP.
The Galaxy S5 is wide expected to feature the fingerprint scanner, that is claimed to be integrated into the device’s display board.