Samsung Galaxy S IV purportedly benchmarked, 1.8GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor, Android 4.2.1

Samsung Galaxy S IV purportedly benchmarked, 1.8GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor, Android 4.2.1What was the latest from ye olde Samsung Galaxy S IV speculatrix machine? Ah, tipped for “wireless” charging (with wires, obvs), and possibly adopting Samsung’s 4.99in 1080p Super AMOLED display.

The latest Samsung Galaxy S IV rumour, courtesy of some AnTuTu benchmarking, suggests fairly ludicrous specs. Specifically, a totes (sorry) ludicrous processor.

The Samsung Galaxy S IV has reportedly popped up not once but twice, with the model numbers SHV-E300S and GT-I9500 – both previously linked with the Samsung Galaxy S IV.

If said benchmarks are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S IV will have an Exynos 5 Octa eight-core processor, clocked at a “maximum frequency” of 1.8GHz.

We’re also told to expect the very latest version of Google’s OS (assuming Key Lime Pie doesn’t pop up in the meantime), namely Jelly Bean Android 4.2.1.

Other common Samsung Galaxy S IV rumours include the notion of a Galaxy Note-style S Pen stylus, while a couple of weeks ago we were told it won't arrive before May, and might’ve ditched the Home button.

Recently, the consensus seems to be that the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch will go down at Mobile World Congress, but we remain skeptical.

via: Pocket Lint

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