Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 Octa clocked at 1.8GHz instead of 1.6GHz | Galaxy S IV Octa





Officially Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 was announced just 15 days earlier and Samsung revealed the i9500 version is carrying Octa Exynos 5410 chipset. On this chipset, two pairs of quad-core processor are integrated. One of these pair is Cortex A7 processor clocked at 1.2GHz and another pair is quad-core Cortex A-15. This A15 quad is clocked at 1.6GHz as per the official statement of Samsung. But we have good news that, in Antutu benchmark test records, Galaxy S4 i9500 is performing up to 1.8GHz which is better than any of the existing beast smartphone i.e. HTC One, Xperia Z and LG Optimus G Pro.

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Everyone knows it from the beginning that Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature Octa-core processor. But there were critics over the big.Little architecture of Cortex A7 and Cortex A15 correspondingly clocked at 1.2GHz and 1.6GHz respectively. Also on other hand it was revealed that 70% of Galaxy S4 in first batch that to be shipped are running Quad-core Snapdragon 600 chip.

 

Few experts doubted that Samsung Galaxy S4 i9505 with Snapdragon 600 krait 300 quad-processors will be performing better at the max speed as compare to the original octa-core Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500. But the AnTuTu benchmark test has revealed something else, which you can see in the below images.

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Now you know the power of Galaxy S IV i9500 running Octa Exynos 5410 and you can understand that another version Galaxy S4 i9505 is not away from it. However, LG Optimus G is better than i9505 version is some expects but full HD display, longer battery backup, 13MP camera and all new Samsung apps and smart control features are enough to make the two flavours of Samsung Galaxy S IV verdict over any of the smartphone in the present market and according to us, we will not see any smart device that will overcome Galaxy S4 performance for few months.




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