The Galaxy S5 is believed to get its official unveiling during Samsung’s Unpacked 5 Event happening on the first day of the Mobile World Congress, February 24, in Barcelona, Spain. With this, another info about the upcoming successor to the Galaxy S4 surfaced and this time, an AnTuTu Benchmark giving us a clear look on what specs to expect for the Galaxy S5.
A series of screenshots posted by HDblog, unconfirmed specs of the Galaxy S5 has been detailed which may leave a number of hopefuls for the device disappointed, if found true. Everyone is expecting to see Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor on the S5, but, according to the leaked screenshot, it will sport the current Snapdragon 800 chip, clocked at 2.5GHz. Now this sounds really plausible, as a Qualcomm Executive mentioned during last month’s CES 2014 event that the first device to sport the Snapdragon 805 will come on May.
Other specs are very much parallel to the “Standard” variant of the Galaxy S5 just like what KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo detailed. Aside from the quad core processor, there’s 2 GB of RAM, Adreno 330 GPU, 16 megapixel main camera, 2.1 megapixel front camera and the 1920 x 1080 pixels Full HD screen resolution, with 480 ppi pixel density.
There are also a whole lot of sensors, but there’s not really a confirmation on the rumored fingerprint biometrics reader for the Galaxy S5.
But of course these leaked specs detailed by an AnTuTu benchmark don’t mean that it’s already final, as Samsung might just be on the testing stage. Let’s just all keep the rumor mill going until Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S5 later this month. [via]