Samsung's new Galaxy S series smartphone, Galaxy S6 aka Project Zero, has been spotted on the AnTuTu benchmark.
The Chines site CNMO has published a screenshot of a Galaxy device with model number SM-G925F, which is believed to be the international European variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6, on the AnTuTu database, revealing the tech specs of the smartphone. The specifications listed on the AnTuTu benchmark database match the ones that appeared previously via leaks.
The Galaxy S6 SM-G925F, according to the listing, runs Android's latest software version, 5.0 Lollipop. The smartphone will use Samsung's Exynos 7420 featuring an octa-core central processing unit with 64-bit support, with ARM Mali-T760.
The new Galaxy smartphone will have a 5.5in Quad HD display with resolution measuring 1440 x 2560 pixels. It will house a 20 megapixel rear-camera and a five megapixel front-facing camera. The device will have 3GB RAM and offer 32GB in-built storage.
The Galaxy S6 is also expected to feature design elements seen in the metal-build construction of Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy Note 4, reports PhoneAreana.
Apart from the standard Galaxy S6 variant, there will be a curved screen variant called Galaxy S6 Edge, which will be available in limited units in select markets, but higher in number than the Galaxy Note edge.
Like the Galaxy S5, which made its international debut in February this year and rolled out to the market in April, Samsung will bring the Galaxy S6 around the same time frame.