Written By Hirman Setiawan on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 | 1:35 AM
Samsung Galaxy S IV is the latest smartphone from Samsung that will be released on March 14, 2013. Before its release, various info and news about the fourth generation of Galaxy S specs are many emerging in cyberspace.
Picture above is one of the info on the Galaxy S IV specification that has become widespread in cyberspace. The image was derived from the screenshots page test (benchmark) Galaxy S IV. In the picture, it seems that the new Samsung smartphone testing was done using Antutu applications.
Antutu is a software application used for testing smartphones. Antutu always include the product name and specifications used by the device under test, so that testers can know what hardware is used in the product.
From the screenshots, the Exynos 5410 is Samsung's new processor will be used in the Galaxy S IV. The processor has 8 cores with a speed of 1.8 GHz. And interestingly, 2GB RAM also helped complete the performance of Samsung's new processor.
In addition, the Galaxy S IV is also equipped with a rear camera with an image sensor of 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel front camera. And a very interesting, screen Galaxy S IV will use a screen size of 4.99 inches that can support Full HD 1080p resolution.
In terms of graphics, the latest Samsung smartphone will be equipped with a PowerVR SGX 544 MP. Quoted Gohgoy.com from AndroidPIT, Tuesday (03/05/2013).
Samsung Galaxy S IV supports LTE network technology, GSM, and WCDMA. And the fourth generation Galaxy S IV uses the Android operating system 4.2, or better known as Android Jelly Bean.