Samsung G925F Specs From AnTuTu May Detail The Galaxy S6

By 03:10 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments

The Galaxy S5 fell below Samsung expectations and now all eyes are on its replacement – the Galaxy S6. We've already heard some murmurs about the specs, but now there's something more solid, an AnTuTu screenshot.

The screenshot confirms the Samsung-made Exynos 7420 chipset. It has eight cores in total, half Cortex-A57, half A53, all of them 64-bit capable. They run Android 5.0 Lollipop (which is already on the Galaxy S5) and have 3GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) to stretch their feet.

The GPU will be Mali-T760, same as the one in the Galaxy Note 4 with Exynos 5433. There will most likely be a Snapdragon version of the phone, though talk of the 810 getting delayed might mean there will be only Exynos at launch. By the way, Snapdragon 810 has the same Central Processing Units (CPU) cores as the Samsung chipset, but a different GPU.

Samsung G925 - allegedly the Galaxy S6 - specs detect by AnTuTu

Anyway, the classy screen was measured as 5.5-inch gigantic with QHD resolution (that's 1,440 x 2,560px, same as the LG G3). 32GB of built-in storage was on board, but there's no telling if it's the next-gen UFS kind or not.

The main capturing camera has a 20MP sensor according to AnTuTu. Earlier rumors assumed it will be a Sony sensor and that the resolution wasn’t decided yet – 16MP (the IMX240 sensor from the Note 4) or 20MP. On the front is a 5MP shooter, a tentative step in line with the selfie craze.

There are many things the benchimprint can't detect – Samsung is rumored to be starting from scratch with the Galaxy S6 design (even naming the endeavor "Project Zero"). This could include an Edge variant and anything else Samsung's labs can cook up. We'll probably find out at the MWC next year.

Thanks, Steve, for sending this in!

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