Appears The Galaxy SIII in Kies and The AnTuTu Benchmark, That Would Show Some of Its Final Characteristics

After the fiasco that we get some with the controversial video that showed Samsung makes a couple of days, and little more than one week of the official staging of the Galaxy SIII following terminal Galaxy, the rumor mill is growing and will be focusing.

And it is slowly already appear the first official references, as well as the first benchmarks that open mouth into what we should expect on this terminal. As well, today has released this expected (and still alleged) powerhouse catalogued in Kies and the AnTuTu Benchmark, a popular performance test data base.

Samsung becomes her escape

Although references such as Galaxy S3 have been removed from the application Samsung Unpacked event on 3 May and these could be some keywords of reference, without more, has become to repeat such appointment, and this time Since Kies.

And is that this appearance, apart from confirming the name of the unknown but already famous Next Galaxy, also confirms in its cataloging the GT-i9300 series, and also a version with T the end. This designation could refer perhaps to some American version, perhaps with LTE connectivity.

This information, which could be found in Kies (Samsung Apps, choose your phone), both models (GT-i9300 and GT-i9300T), showing equal miniatures of the phone shows.

Lower consumption, saving also in nuclei

Second, the SIII Galaxy has appeared in the famous AnTuTu Benchmark performance test, showing the very generous score you see immediately below. Are enough specifications relating to this terminal, the most surprising and the most coveted of all is, without a doubt, the processor.

As we see an explicit name appears to this terminal as a SIII Galaxy, carrying a processor 4212 Exynos manufactured by the own Samsung. This processor, of dual-core and castrated to 1.4 GHz (its maximum rate would be 1.5 GHz), promises a improvement in consumption of 30%, and respective improvements in CPU and GPU of 25% and 50% with respect to the previous generation available in Galaxy SII .

We see that in terms of performance, and in spite of its dual-core, stands ahead of the Prime Transformer of Asus with its quad-core Tegra 3. Although we must bear in mind that this benchmark may not be all optimized should for the four cores of the Tegra, it would without a doubt great results by the future Samsung.

Among the other data which are observed, and beyond an obvious Android 4.0 series, we could highlight a screen of 4.7-inch HD (1280 × 720 p) resolution, It is not mentioned if he will come or not with the tagline “ Plus ”, a memory 1GB RAM, and both front and rear cameras 2 and 12 megapixels.

For now, and as always I say, you have to be special with these data from performance tests, since they may not reflect fully reliable these data, that would be merely informational. We can only wait, and that is go shaking the fence to this elusive terminal, or directly which is presented the May 3 in London. We’ll be there.