The Samsung Galaxy S5 is anything but a disappointing phone, and we guess all the hype, expectations, and rumors was what contributed to customers and fans feeling a little let down when the actual device was unveiled.
There was talks about a possible metal build which did not pan out. There was also talks about a possible use of a QHD display which did not pan out, but now thanks to recent benchmark sightings, a certain Samsung SM-G906S with a 2560×1440 display has been spotted.
Based on the model number alone, it is likely that the device spotted on GFXBench is a smartphone. In fact its model number seems to be closely related to the Galaxy S5 which had the model number SM-G900 (depending on which region you were in), so by having a SM-G906S model number, it suggests that this particular device is a little higher in the ranks.
In fact if previous rumors are to be believed, it certainly seems to corroborate those rumors that suggested that a more premium lineup of Galaxy smartphones would be launched after the Galaxy S5. Then again with the effort that Samsung has put into the Galaxy S5, it doesn’t really make sense for them to disregard that with a more premium model, right?
In any case there’s no telling if and when Samsung will launch this device because as we have mentioned time and time again the past, benchmark results can be faked. It might be a little tricky to fake but it is entirely possible, but what do you guys think? Does it make sense for Samsung to hype up the Galaxy S5 only to release a more premium model shortly after?