Samsung SM-G900F BrowserMark Score turns up online

Samsung logoWe’re already hungry for more information about the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S4, which is presumably going to be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S5, and Rightware has offered up a benchmark result that could be from the new phone.

The handset that posted the score is listed as the Samsung SM-G900F, which Rightware says could be the Galaxy S5. The device scored a 3303.88 in BrowserMark, good for third place out of all handsets tested.

Samsung SM-G900F BrowserMark score turns up online

The device is running a slightly older browser, Chrome 28, and Rightware noted that if it had the up-to-date Chrome 31, it may have leapfrogged the second-place Galaxy Note 3 and challenged the iPhone 5S.

The phone is expected to launch in March with a 64-bit Exynos processor, a bendable OLED display, 2K display, 16MP camera, and Android 4.4 (KitKat).

Tags: Galaxy S5, Samsung, smartphones

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