By Stephen Schenck | February 15, 2013 7:55 PM
We’ve recently seen both some benchmark results attributed to Samsung’s Galaxy S IV, as well as a couple images apparently snapped by the phone’s camera, and tonight we have a little more of both to share with you.
First up, we’ve got some NenaMark figures for what appears to be the Verizon version of the Galaxy S IV, model SCH-I545. Once again, like those last benchmarks we saw, this one’s raising some concerning questions about the phone’s chipset. The Adreno 320 GPU mentioned here, the same as with the SHV-E300S from earlier, implies a Snapdragon SoC rather than an Exynos 5. Could only the international version of the phone get an Exynos 5 Octa?
Then on Picasa we get see to a couple shots which claim to be taken by Samsung model GT-I9505, which would make it an international version of the GS4. With a resolution of 2322 x 4128, these finally give some support for the idea the Galaxy S IV could have a thirteen-megapixel main camera.