The Samsung Galaxy S4 would be the natural successor to the hugely successful Galaxy S3, and over the past few months, we have come across our fair share of rumors concerning a release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 before the middle of 2013, and it might even coincide with LG’s rumored future flagship, the Optimus G2. There were also whispers of the Samsung Galaxy S4 running on a 1080p display alongside a future Exynos SoC, but leaked NenaMark benchmark results could be the first look at in-development Galaxy S4 hardware.
The NenaMark results point towards a Samsung model GT-I9400, and since the Galaxy S3 was known as the GT-I9300, and the older Galaxy S2 being called the GT-I9100, it makes perfect sense to think in this logical manner. The figures do seem to contrast though, citing a 1.2GHz processor alongside a Mali-400 GPU, in addition to a WVGA resolution that would be far removed from what is expected on the Galaxy S4. Perhaps Samsung is using an older processor since an Exynos 5 quad chip is not ready for action yet, and we do look forward to future GT-I9400 benchmark results.