Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Benchmark Results
May 21, 2013
Galaxy S4 Active
Benchmark test results for the Galaxy S4 Active surface confirming its upcoming launch.
Ever since the Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile casino device has hit the shelves, we have been hearing rumors about a rugged version of the device planned to launch soon. Recently some benchmark results have surfaced, confirming the existence of such a device.
We all know that the Galaxy S4 runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC in the United States, and the Samsung proprietary Exynos 5 Octa chipset on the international market. However, the newest Android casino tamer will feature MSM8960 chipset, which is powering previous flagship – Galaxy S III.
Mobile casino games fans will have enough power to run their favorite gambling titles with the dual-core 1.7GHz processor. Other features, which can be derived from the benchmark results are the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and a 1920x1080p resolution display.
Basically, it means that the rugged and tough capabilities come at a price of slightly weaker performance. We sincerely hope that by the time the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active hits the stores, the Korean manufacturer will find a way to keep its specifications list closer to the original Galaxy S4.
Unfortunately, there’s no way to tell if this information has any truth to it, but hopefully Samsung will announce the device soon. We will be monitoring the news to share any updates with our readers.