Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is running on 2 different processors – Octa-core Exynos 5 as well as the quad-core Snapdragon 600. But today, a new AnTuTu benchmarks has surfaced around the web which suggest a new variant of the Galaxy S4 which is rumored to be running on the latest Snapdragon 800 chipset.
According to the screenshot, the new variant will have a processing speed of 2.3 GHz as well as a benchmark of 24179 – which is apparently lower than both the Exynos 5 and Snapdragon 600 models. That being said, the device being benchmarked may still be in the testing phase so we can expect a higher benchmark score from the finalized version.
Likewise there are also rumors that this device will be coming with the LTE-Advanced support, which will be launched somewhere during September in South Korea. Needless to say, we can also expect this device to be coming with a heftier price tag as well. Bear in mind, these are just rumors so there will probably be some inaccuracies here and there so stay with us for more updates!