Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S4 smartphone is slated to be unveiled on March 14th.
Unsurprisingly, rampant speculation regarding the handset's specs have continued unabated in recent weeks, although there are probably at least a few points that everyone can agree on.
According to recent (alleged) Antutu benchmark test results obtained by the PhoneArena team, at least one iteration of the Galaxy S4 is powered by Samsung's indigenously designed Exynos 5410 running at a cool 1.8GHz with a 4+4 core configuration.
The device is loaded with latest version of Android Jelly Bean (4.2), and may very well be a true "world" phone, rather than offering specific variants for each carrier.
"That assumption is being made based on the presence of a GSM/WCDMA/LTE network setting," the PhoneArena crew explained. "This is actually a similar approach to the iPhone."
Additional specs? A 13MP main camera, along with a 2.1MP front facing unit, 2GB of RAM and either 16 or 32GB of storage. The handset is also believed to boast a (HD) 4.99-inch 1920x1080 screen, along with GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
Fortunately, the March 14th reveal date isn't that far off at all, and we at TG Daily will keep you posted with any new information.