Galaxy S5 specs emerge on AnTuTu Benchmark website database, looking promising.
There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be a blockbuster, and as its announcement date comes closer, the rumors are gathering up speed. Today we got the specs of the next Samsung flagship confirmed, well sort of.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available in two versions, one will be a top-end variant with cutting-edge hardware and slightly bigger, whereas the second version will come in a ‘less impressive package,’ but still powerful enough by today’s standards. We got AntuTu Benchmark leaks of the less powerful model, and the specs are very promising.
It will pack a FullHD display with 480 ppi (pixels per inch), which is ridiculously sharp, a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, 16MP camera and Android 4.4 KitKat. The score it managed to achieve is better than everything we have ever seen so far, even better than the Galaxy Note 3.
The standard Galaxy S5 will sport 3GB RAM instead of 2, and a larger display, again of Full HD resolution, making fo 423ppi. The processor inside it may very well be the new Snapdragon 805, though that’s not certain as of now.
The announcement of these two smartphones is scheduled for MWC 2014.