The Samsung Galaxy S IV news just keeps pouring in today. A performed benchmark reveals that Samsung is not planning to switch its processor for the Android flagship from Exynos 5 Octa to SnapDragon 620 as was previously reported.
The benchmark from SamMobile as well as information from Androidiani reveals that Samsung’s upcoming flagship will apparently sport the Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset with a 1.8GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU. Previously the Galaxy S IV was rumored to sport the Exynos 5 Octa 5450 chipset rather than 5410. However, the specs does not make it clear that whether Galaxy S4 will have SoLux display or AMOLED display.
The good news for global SIM users is the fact that the flagship smartphone will support GSM, WCDMA/LTE all in one, a change from earlier reports claiming that the company was planning to release two variants of the smartphone: one to support LTE and second to support GSM.
This leak follows news that Samsung will be revealing a new eye-operated scroll feature with the new device. We don’t have long to wait until the new smartphone is revealed on March 14th.