According to new benchmark results that apparently show the specifications of an early build of the upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S6 could be shaping up to be a pretty powerful handset.
A smartphone with the model number SM-G925F, which has previously been identified as a European Galaxy S6 variant, has been put through the AnTuTu Benchmark, with the results posted by Chinese website CNMO.
The benchmark results list a number of specs which, if true, could hint at what sort of smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be.
What's Samsung got planned?
According to the benchmarks the Galaxy S6 will come with a 1.8GHz Samsung Exynos 7420 octa-core processor – which hasn't even been announced by Samsung – along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
According to the specifications it will come running Android 5.0. The screen will be 5.5-inches with 2560 x 1440 resolution and it will apparently have a 5MP front-facing camera and a 20MP rear camera.
This is all far from confirmed, and even if true the model is probably an early prototype, so the specifications could change before release.
It still gives us a good idea about what type of smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S6 could be, and we will hopefully find out more at MWC 2015.
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Via Talk Android