Posted by Faryaab S. 2 years ago

Galaxy S IV’s specifications leak, confirm Exynos Octa & PowerVR SGX 544MP

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Somebody with a Galaxy S IV has just performed an Antutu benchmark and revealed all the specifications of the device! It looks like the Galaxy S IV features an Exynos Octa 5410 CPU clocked at 1.8GHz, PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU, 2GB of RAM, 4.99″ Full HD (1920×1080) display and a 13 Megapixel Camera. The device also runs Android 4.2 out of the box. The Galaxy S IV retains the menu, back and home buttons, like its predecessors.

The most interesting thing is that the device supports GSM/WCDMA/LTE networks with an Exynos processor on-board. So that means there will be only a one single variant of the device, the GT-I9500. Previously, Samsung used to release two variants of their high-end devices, for example the GT-I9300 and GT-I9305. One variant used to have GSM connectivity and the other one had LTE connectivity but this is not the case with the Galaxy S IV. The Galaxy S IV will be a world phone.

(Via: @kulasse – Source: Androidiani)

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25 comments on “Galaxy S IV’s specifications leak, confirm Exynos Octa & PowerVR SGX 544MP

  1. kasra bahmanyar 2 years ago said:

    yesss!!!! eight core processor.
    samsung is like: suck it apple

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  2. kasra bahmanyar 2 years ago said:

    hmmmm on the actual antutu benchmark there is a picture of galaxy s4 which looks disappointing. hope its fake

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  3. badger1000 2 years ago said:

    Why are there on screen soft keys at the bottom of the screen capture? Is the device that took the screen capture not the S4?

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  4. ryarrell 2 years ago said:

    This will be great. Galaxy S4 deserves to have all of Samsung’s best. This will be the device of the year until the Galaxy Note 3.

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  5. ErfanDJ 2 years ago said:

    thats it sammy
    here we go for the best of 2013
    please please AMOLED DISPLAY

  6. miguelinho 2 years ago said:

    What ryarell said

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  7. Bilal Akgunduz 2 years ago said:

    Old Imagination GPU for a next gen SoC? Even Mali-T604 is better than that. 2013 is the year of next generation mobile GPUs, but Samsung decided to make a move from ARM and chose the Apple’s graphic partner. That’s not a good thing for either Exynos5 Octa nor Galaxy S4.

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    • avyfa 2 years ago said:

      All games are optimised for powervr on Iphone and most of the games are ported from Iphone.

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    • nidz109 2 years ago said:

      The Mali T604 is not more powerful than the SGX544MP3. It is supposedly clocked at 533mHz, which is more than double the iPad 4. That GPU should match the power of the iPad 4, and be perfect for a 1080p display. It also has LPDDR3 memory. The SGX554 is aimed at tablets and consumes more power. Unless the iPhone 5s, or whatever Apple’s calling it, has a series 6 PowerVR GPU they won’t be able to match the power of the SGS4.

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      • humed 2 years ago said:

        If Apple used the same exact GPU with same core count (SGX544MP3), they’ll still achieve better graphics performance because the iOS is far more optimized (at least no Dalvik to bother with) than Android. I heard that they’ll be using SGX544MP4 for the 5s or whatever they’ll call it.
        I would be really glad if Samsung opted for the 6-series but it’s understandable since the 6-series must be significantly more expensive to produce compared to the 5-series which roots from 2010.

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  8. MastaCow 2 years ago said:

    So we just disregard everything this site said last week? What happened to the overheating problems and the two different processors?

    Are we now to assume the problems with the Full HD AMOLED screens was BS too?

    I’m just going to ignore this site from now on and wait for the 14th.

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  9. Ajgnd55 2 years ago said:

    Can these be faked, or is this likely the real deal? If it has the Exynos 5 Octa in the US with LTE support that would be completely awesome!

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  10. Nicko80 2 years ago said:

    How can it be only one variant of the S4 if LTE technology used in Europe its not the same used in the USA?
    You here on sammobile dont think before you wright things?
    Last week the insider said it was a diferent amoled. Diferent cpu..not octa…and now you say this?
    Better not post nothing before day 14…

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  11. littletipi 2 years ago said:

    Yeeeees definitely my new Phoneee..

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  12. sosan12121212 2 years ago said:

    samsung is number 1

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  13. Mu2 2 years ago said:

    If there is going to be the only one version of the phone then why you calling it a variant?..

    This site is becoming a crap and soon going to join trash with other sites if it is not going to stop posting some crap news…

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  14. jortlaban 2 years ago said:

    Totaly fake!!!
    Reason 1: There are softkeys on the screenshots. if these were made with a phone that uses hardware buttons, there wouldn’t be softkeys in the shots.
    Reason 2: The screenshots are 768 x 1280 and don’t look downscaled, but actually look like they were taken in their native resolution. If they were real screenshots, they would be in 1080 x 1920.

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    • humed 2 years ago said:

      You’re a dumb!!!
      Reason 1: These screenshots are taken using a Nexus 4 which uses softkeys and no one claimed them to be taken using the SGSIV!
      Reason 2: The resolution of the Nexus 4 is 768 x 1280 not 1080 x 1920.

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  15. karoafriyie 2 years ago said:

    surely going to get this one go samsung.i like the way you innovate putng all in one device left for apple alone we will still be in the 3g era

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  16. Ankhael 2 years ago said:

    I kept telling those snapdragon fan boys that Samsung was going to have the Exynos 5 Octa. Samsung has never equip there international models with snapdragon processor, only US models of the past galaxy s lines

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  17. Black Chamber 2 years ago said:

    If the U.S. version doesn’t have the Exynos 5410 “Octa” CPU – I will not buy it.

    The international version will most likely have the Octa – so why would the U.S. market be left out?

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