There is a new sighting of a mysterious Samsung Smartphone that appears to be the Galaxy S5 in another benchmark test. According to TechRadar, the new phone carries a slightly different model this time. Last week, the model which was revealed in a benchmark test revealed SM-G900S while the most recent test showed SM-G900F.
The source speculates that the two models might be from the same device with different versions. The versions could be intended for separate carriers.
Rumored Galaxy S5 Beaten by iPhone 5S and Galaxy Note 3 in Browsermark Test
Despite the phone being heavily rumored to be the next flagship phone of Samsung, it somehow showed inferiority in comparison to the Galaxy Note 3 and iPhone 5 in Rightware’s Browsermark test.
The Browsermark test showed that the speculated Galaxy S5 phone falls below Apple’s iPhone 5S and the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in terms of web-browsing capabilities. The SM-900F, rumored to be the Galaxy S5, showed a dismal score of 3303.88 points in comparison to 5S’s 3369.91 points and the Note 3’s 3353.07 points.
Rightware pointed out though that the SM-900F which underwent the benchmark test was running a version of the Chrome browser that was a bit outdated. The administrators of the Browsermark test said that this may have greatly affected the results.
Specs of the Galaxy S5 Based on Rumors
Last week’s test has given us a glimpse of what the supposedly Galaxy S5 phone which appeared to be superior in comparison to the existing Samsung devices. Based on the last benchmark test, the phone carries a 2560 x 1440 display with a whopping speed of 2.5GHz brought about by its quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and Adreno 330 GPU. Then, it will also be running the Android 4.4 KitKat.
Looking at the high resolution of the device in the last week’s test, several articles published last month stated that it might be an indication that it might feature a 5.25-inch display with a pixel density of 560ppi.