Galaxy S4 - Antutu benchmark and Specs Revealed

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  1. DanteMann macrumors 6502

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    So it seems the GS4 has just posted a benchmark on Antutu. I really don't care about the actual score. What I find more interesting is that is shows that the phone is indeed the Exynos Octa, and a true world phone supporting GSM/WCDMA/LTE. One World, One Phone! Can this be true? I effing hope so. :D

    Following screenshots were taken with a Nexus 4.


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  2. MRU macrumors demi-god

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    Not totally unexpected. Makes you wonder what those 1.93 ghz speeds rumoured to be we're actually from. 1.8 not massive different to the 1.7 in the HTC One.

    It'll be interesting to see how the it compares the snapdragon 600.

    It could also be possible that international and USA model have different chipset.
     
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    The actual scores of SGS4


    And shot from HTC One

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    Score = 24666 (near identical)
    Ram = 4189 (slightly slower)
    3D = 8271 (slightly faster)


    So much of a muchness. Both devices are power demons.


    Now lets see the aesthetics please Samsung, and what changes you've made to Touchwiz :)
     
  5. Timzer macrumors 6502

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    I think we'll have to wait for the real world use and power management of all the new devices. Specs are maxed out for the most part on all these new devices. It now will come down to software. One thing about Android is, not all Android devices run the same even with the same specs. This is where Samsung has excelled. Their version of Android is the smoothest running version of Android.
     
  6. MRU macrumors demi-god

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    True, but Sense 4.1 was excellent too though. HTC really optimised it, so much so that the international One X gained over 1500 extra points on Quadrant after the optimisation.

    HTC Sense really has moved on from its past faupars.... The fact that Sense 5 has dropped needless 3D altogether, should make it very snappy.


    It's really looking like its going to come down to personal preference on these we flagships.
     
  7. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    Looks like it also has capacitive buttons. Obviously we all agree scores do not really matter, but just shows phones are at a peak. That is not much different than the note 2 or nexus 4.
     
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    So no Key Lime Pie? Maybe it is just too early and it isnt ready?
     
  9. cynics macrumors G3

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    Key lime hasn't been released yet. There isn't enough time for Samsung to build touch wiz off of key lime now.

    Key lime will be released on a nexus device first anyway. I don't think we'll see a new nexus before the S4.
     
  10. matttye macrumors 601

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    Galaxy devices never come with the new Android OS.

    The S2 came with Gingerbread as it was nearing its' end of life and the S3 came with ICS as it was nearing its' end of life.
     
  11. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    Nothing released before may will have keylime pie. Google will have their conference and then the klp devices will launch. If this phone holds out that long then it may have it, but I'm thing it will be available in April.
     
  12. MRU macrumors demi-god

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    What makes you think that? Those screen shots are from a nexus 4 and the capacitive touch under screen description is just general screen touch technology not buttons. :). I imagine we won't find out until closer o the 14th but they are keeping things very tight lipped.
     
  13. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    Read the description in the screen shots, does the capacitive touch mean the buttons? Those are based on the s4.
     
  14. blackhand1001 macrumors 68030

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    Fake, the exynos 5410 will not have a powervr gpu. It will be a mali gpu.

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    ICS was the latest version of android when the s3 came out and gingerbread was the latest when the s2 came out.
     
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    That's what I said.
     
  16. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    That is what he said. The latest, but nearing the end of its life cycle. The same way jellybean is nearing the end.
     
  17. MRU macrumors demi-god

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    No it means the screen has capacitive touch as opposed to resistive touch.
     
  18. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    Oh ok, thanks.
     
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    Yeah you are right. HA, i forgot my GS3 came with ICS. Im sure it will come soon enough for USA owners since we wont get the S4 till probably June.
     
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    AnandTech believes Otherwise.
    What's your source that says it will be Mali?
     
  21. MRU macrumors demi-god

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    Which does indeed stack up with the benchmarks above.
     
  22. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    I hope they don't make it have capacitive buttons. On these bigger phones I always use the home button to turn my screen on.
     
  23. KnightMan, Mar 3, 2013
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    Now that we all pretty much agree that the specs wars have plateaued somewhat, OEM's will be looking at other ways to separate themselves. I think the overwhelming majority doesn't have a problem with Samsung's designs and build quality. The sales numbers would show this. What I do think will attract people is having a world phone they can use anywhere with any carrier. This would be a great feature to promote. Another area is Camera and Camera software. This is where HTC failed in my opinion. Trying to convince the general public that Megapixels don't matter will be a daunting task. The One X was a good looking device with a perceived solid build and great performance, but it flopped. So looks and perceived build quality are not enough.
     
  24. AutoUnion39 macrumors 601

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    No matter how much power the One X compared to the S3 last time around, Samsung has mastered how to get Android to work smoothly on their products. No one else comes close. Motorola, HTC, LG are significantly behind Samsung in this area.

    I'm sure the S4 and One will continue this tradition. One will be a lag-fest and the S4 will be as close to iOS as Android has ever gotten.
     
  25. MRU, Mar 3, 2013
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    You clearly never used one, because the international One X was not a lag fest and the HTC One is certainly not according to all the reviews.

    Its bad enough we have to deal with android/apple fanboy nonsense posts in these forums without now dividing Android into further camps based on Android device manufacturer fanboy nonsense...

    Samsung did so well because they did what Apple do very well.... Other than create a good device, more importantly they got the target marketing bang on. Pure and simple.
     

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