Alleged Galaxy S6 benchmark tests have hit the web

It’s a big day for leaks and rumours, and following leaks about the OnePlus Two and the next HTC flagship, benchmark tests for the Samsung Galaxy S6 have hit the web. This means we get to have a look at some specs that might be in the S6 when it gets released next year.

The benchmarks appeared on AnTuTu using the model number Galaxy S6 SM-G925F, which is rumoured to be the European model of the phone. The test itself doesn’t appear to be live anymore, but we do have a screenshot thanks to Chinese website CNMO.

As for the phone’s hardware, the test claims that the phone will have a 5.5-inch QHD display, a 20MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, a 64-bit octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and all running on Android Lollipop.

That isn’t much to really go on, especially since we’ve heard most of those specs before. Sadly we can’t take this as absolute fact because it’s an unconfirmed rumour. We’ll probably hear more about this phone in the coming months anyway, but don’t expect any official word until March/April time.

Tom Pritchard

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