Another version of the Galaxy S5 gets benchmarked

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Just when you thought the Galaxy S5 news was over… we’re back with some more. Over the weekend, people continued to moan and groan about the new Galaxy S5 all while wondering if the lackluster release was just a stepping stone to a premium version of the Galaxy S5. We’ve already seen two sets of benchmarks pop up online before MWC, and you can now add another to the list as the SM-G900H has appeared on GFXBench.

The Benchmarks for the SM-G900H don’t show that QHD screen people are clamoring for, but it does show an Exynos 5 Octa-core SoC under the hood. Everything else is basically right in line with the Galaxy S5 Samsung showed off at MWC expect for one thing – the screen size.

The size of the SM-G900H is listed as 5.2-inches, and unless it’s a typo, that’s a hair bigger than the 5.1-inch screen on the regular version of the S5. The screen size may be a bit bigger, but the resolution is still listed as 1920 x 1080.galaxys5.benchmarks

Samsung generally puts out two versions of their flagship device, one for the US and the other for international carriers. We expect this to be the case this year as well so while the SM-G900H looks like it may be the international version, it would be odd to make it bigger than the Snapdragon variant. Either way, it doesn’t appear to be the premium version of the S5.

If Samsung is going to put out a product to silence its critics and please its fans, expect them to announce something around the time the All New One drops later this month.

Source: GFXBench, via – Phonearena

Adam is a tech aficionado and Android enthusiast. When he's not checking out new tech, you can find him playing poker or binge-watching shows on Netflix.

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