It was just yesterday when we talked about the possibility of the unreleased Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone appearing on a NenaMark benchmark, although it did carry some sub-par specifications which would make it unworthy of a flagship smartphone from Samsung, and we did explain on why as well. Here we are with yet another candidate which could very well continue where the hugely successful Samsung Galaxy S3 left off – the Samsung GT-I9525, which was spotted on a NenaMark benchmark.
Some of the specifications which were mentioned in the benchmark include Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie, perhaps?), a 1.8GHz processor (quad-core at the very minimum, we would presume) that is accompanied by the ARM powered Mali-400 MP GPU. Of course, there is no Full HD display here with just a 720p display getting the job done, presumably to throw some folks off the trail. We could be looking at 2GB RAM at the minimum, and hopefully, a more stunning camera will also be in tow. Well, what do you think – is the Samsung GT-I9525 going to be the Galaxy S4?
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