A NenaMark 2 page for what could to be the next flagship kit from Samsung has been uncovered on the mighty intertwebs.
The benchmark results for a device dubbed simply ‘GT-I9525’ reveal an array of specs that might potentially belong to the successor to the 30 million-plus-selling Galaxy S3. These are a 720p (1280 x 720) display, an ARM Mali-400 MP GPU, a 1.8GHz CPU of unspecified core count and lo and behold, Android five-point-oh.
Of course, these don’t quite tally up to the features that have recently been mooted to be on board the ‘Galaxy S4’, such as a five-inch display boasting a full 1080p HD resolution or a 2GHz quad-core processor with an octa-core GPU.
Then again, those specs seemed a bit far-fetched to us to begin with. For all we know, the Galaxy S4 might well be an iterative upgrade over its forebear, with essential improvements that may include a 13-megapixel camera and 4G LTE connectivity out of the box.
It might even be the case that this is simply a prototype model. So the finished product may still be as impressive as the rumourmongers would have us believe.
GT-I9400 – the Galaxy S2 Plus?
A separate NenaMark2 page was also sighted for a device codenamed ‘GT-I9400’. This is home to even less impressive specs, such as an 800 x 480 resolution display, a 1.2GHz processor and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), which makes us think this is more likely to be the rumoured Galaxy S2 Plus that’s expected to land sometime next year.
Not a great deal else is known about the devices, for now anyway. But as soon as we learn more we’ll be sure to share it with you.