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Submitted by mpctips 1075d ago | news

Surprise! Samsung Galaxy S IV Shows Up in Browsermark, Climbs to Top Spot

Maximum PC: It's expected Samsung will launch its highly anticipated Galaxy S IV smartphone at the Mobile Unpacked event in New York on March 14, but in the meantime, we have some benchmark scores to salivate over. Topping Rightware's Browsermark 2.0 benchmark is a listing for the Samsung GT-I9500, believed to be the codename for the Galaxy S IV, and it looks to be a scorching fast device. (Galaxy S IV, Phones, Rightware Browsermark 2.0, Samsung)

newsguy  +   1075d ago
me want
ThePundit  +   1074d ago
I hope the body is made from metal, as suggested by the '4' in the invite to the event
sandman224  +   1074d ago
This phone is going to be amazing. I can't wait for the big reveal
SirBradders  +   1074d ago
Poo ive only had the note 2 for 3 months and now this. Cant keep up anymore with tech moving so fast these days.
jeremyj2913  +   1074d ago
Not to worry. The Note 2 will be more than capable of doing just about everything the S4 will be able to do :)
Speed-Racer  +   1074d ago
@Sir - If you bought products every time they came out, you'd be broke (unless you had money shooting through your ears). It has always amazed me how iPhone fans ditch their phones after just a year. The hardware definitely is improving but imo, apps aren't progressing at the same rate to even maximize the new specs being offered on today's phones. I wouldn't worry about it.

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