Alleged Galaxy S6 benchmarks surface via AnTuTu

Samsung didn't do as well as it hoped with the Galaxy S5 smartphone when it hit the market. The phone sold in decent numbers, but those numbers were about 40% less than what Samsung expected. That means Samsung has a lot to prove to consumers who think it is falling behind in the smartphone market. The next major smartphone from Samsung is expected to be the Galaxy S6 and some benchmarks of this device have allegedly leaked.

While no announcement of the Galaxy S6 is expected for many months, it's interesting nonetheless to see the device turn up on AnTuTu, assuming the benchmarks are actually from the S6. The benchmarks first showed up as a screen shot on a Chinese website this week claiming the device is the Galaxy S6 SM-G925F.

A list of model numbers leaked in the past indicates that this would be the European version of the S6. The specs according to the benchmark includes a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 resolution screen, 20MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, 64-bit octa core Exynos 7420 CPU, and Android 5.0 for the OS.

3GB of RAM is listed along with 32GB of internal storage. Unfortunately, the leaked benchmarks give us no indication of how well the device might perform. We will definitely be looking out for more details on this smartphone in the future.

SOURCE: PhoneArena