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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini sample image and benchmark scores leaked

For the past few days, we have received lot of new information on the Galaxy S4 Mini and today, we have some more information on the device.

The benchmark results and a sample image taken from the device have leaked online.

Below shown is the sample image taken from the device and although the image is not as clear as we would have wanted, the model number on the EXIF Data image clearly show that the device is the Galaxy S4 Mini, with the model number GT-I9195.

s4 mini image leak

Along with the sample image, we also have the benchmark scores of the device.

s4 mini benchmark

Unfortunately, if this benchmark scores are right, then we won’t be seeing the rumored Exynos 5210 dual core chipset. Instead the device would run on the Qualcomm’s 1.7GHz dual core Krait processor with Adreno 305 GPU. The results further show that it would sport a resolution of 960×540 and would also support plenty of connectivity options like Bluetooth 4.0, dual band WiFi, A GPS etc.

There seems to be plenty of rumors surrounding the devices in the S4 lineup and we can’t actually prove that these benchmark results are right. Earlier we were almost sure that the S4 Mini would sport the Exynos chipset but this news clearly states the opposite. Well, the only explanation that we can give for the different processors is that Samsung may release two versions of the device as they always do with the Galaxy S devices. But at the moment it’s best to wait for more leaks on the device.

Although Samsung was able to keep the Galaxy S4 under wraps, this is not the case with its other devices. We have seen a lot of information crop up online on the Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S4 active etc and we are sure that we would see more leaks in the near future.

Samsung has not yet confirmed any of these devices; but most of the rumors state June to be the expected launch period. 

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