Posted by Danny D. 1 year ago

Galaxy S4 LTE-A benchmarks showed up


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As you might know Samsung announced the Galaxy S4 LTE-A, A faster Galaxy S4 with a snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz. The Galaxy S4 LTE-A is similar to the original variant and comes with 2GB RAM, 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, 13MP and 2MP cameras, 32GB internal memory, microSD card slot, 2600mAh battery, S Health, WatchON, S Translator, Smart Scroll and Smart Pause.

Gforgames posted a couple of benchmarks of the device. Now we do know the Snapdragon 800 is fast. But we did expected some higher score, specially when we compare the score of Samsung Octa-core variant comes close. Of course the device doesn’t have the final firmware yet.

AnTuTu (Higher is better)
Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A 29976
Samsung Galaxy S4 (Octa) 26275
Samsung Galaxy S4 (S600) 24716

Quadrant (Higher is better)
Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A 18581
Samsung Galaxy S4 (Octa) 12446
Samsung Galaxy S4 (S600) 12376

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8 comments on “Galaxy S4 LTE-A benchmarks showed up

  1. maranello69 1 year ago said:

    f’in Samsung… this is like a fu to all of us s4 users! they launch a new, better model after a few months… wtf?! why not from official s4 release date?!

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  2. KiretoX 1 year ago said:

    Are you buying a phone just because it’s the newest one? Is your S4 slower now?

    Snapdragon 800 wasn’t available at the time. Other companies are starting to announce Spandragon 800 devices, and Samsung will only have it in Korea for now. Maybe later for global sale.

    There will be always newer devices with higher prices anyways.

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  3. Eins Gaston 1 year ago said:

    is only 14.1% difference. and standard user does not notice the difference.

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  4. sexyback 1 year ago said:

    Yeah and it could be months before it is available outside of Korea, if it were to be available at all.

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  5. gtone339 1 year ago said:

    Will the Galaxy Note 3 have the snapdragon 800?

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  6. PLANET 1 year ago said:

    Actually, these have a +50% power jump in one test and +21% power jump in the second, looking at widespread i9505 version. So quite a big difference, especially in Quadrant. Anyway, still only Korea = useless.

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  7. jefski2003 1 year ago said:

    If the S4 lteA is pushing over 18k on quadrant standard. The Note 3 should definitely push 20k! Siked for the Note 3!

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