The same as its predecessors, Samsung’s upcoming flagship Android-based Galaxy S IV smartphone is expected to arrive on shelves in the United States on the networks of various wireless carriers out there, and Verizon appears to be one of them.
After AT&T’s flavor of the handset made an appearance in AnTuTu not too long ago, the CDMA version that will hit shelves at Big Red in the United States was allegedly spotted on NenaMark, with model number SCH-i545 attached to it.
For those out of the loop, we should note that Samsung’s Galaxy S III landed on shelves with model number SCH-i535 attached to it.
The benchmarking website unveils the fact that the upcoming smartphone packs a display capable of delivering a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, and that it also features a 1.9GHz processor inside.
The info comes in line with the previous leaks on Samsung’s Galaxy S IV, which suggested that it might hit shelves with a faster, more powerful quad-core CPU, as well as with a full HD touchscreen.
Other details spotted on NenaMark related to this handset include the fact that Samsung might have packed it with a Qualcomm Adreno 320 GPU inside.
Moreover, it seems that Google’s latest mobile operating system flavor might have been loaded on top of the smartphone, as the benchmarking site lists it with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Overall, these details appear only meant to confirm that the Samsung Galaxy S IV is set to hit shelves at Verizon as well, though the rest of its specs have already been rumored several times before.
However, we should note that benchmarking results can be easily tweaked, which means that we should take the info above with a grain of salt, at least until Samsung makes an official announcement on the new device. Stay tuned for more on it.