Samsung Galaxy S4 Eggs Rivals Without Even Showing Its Face

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a mysterious handset from Samsung has shown up and this has led to a lot of speculation that this could be the hardware details and speed tests of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4.

Of course at the moment these details have not been confirmed and you should therefore take it with a pinch of salt. However the device on GLBenchmark says that the device has the name of the Samsung HSV-E300S and they have also reported on the performance results of the mystery device.

The results are superb as in the 2.5 Egypt HD off-screen test the devices which is thought to the Samsung Galaxy S4 got through 4,672 frames. This can be compared to the results of the LG Nexus 4 which were 3, 803. This tells us that the new device is a lot faster than the Google handset.

The second test showed that the device beat the LG Nexus 4, narrowly, but it beat the Samsung Galaxy S3 easily, which despite being 8 months old, happens to be one of the fastest handsets that you can buy.

The system information for the handsets says that it runs Android 4.2.1 and the screen comes with a resolution of 1920 x 1080p. Both of these happen to be specs that were expected of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

The processor may be a Qualcomm, instead of it being an Exynos chip, which would be a strange change as the Samsung Galaxy S3 had the Exynos 4 chip.

At the moment there isn’t any way of knowing if the benchmark tests are for the Samsung Galaxy S4, however if not then they do point to another very fast Samsung device coming our way. It has been rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be coming our way mid-March and if this is true then it is just around the corner.

So are you waiting to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and do you hope it’s this device or has something else tempted you away?

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