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BENCHMARK: Is the Samsung Galaxy S III featuring a WSVGA display only?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 23.04.12 - 13:20:49 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 5128x
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Last week's Samsung Galaxy S III news indicated that the upcoming S III is featuring a massive 4.6" Super AMOLDE Plus touchscreen with a 720p HD screen resolution but today's news indicate that Samsung's next Galaxy flagship is far away from sporting anything HD but only featuring a 4.6" WSVGA screen. According to Rightware's benchmarks, it's indeed confirmed that the so called Samsung "GT-I9300" runs on a Samsung Exynos 4x12 Dual-core CPU at 1.4 GHz, backed-up by a Mali-400MP GPU, but the benchmarks also say that the screen resolution is 600 x 1024 pixel only, aka WSVGA. This would mean that the device is having 250 dpi only, which would be the same as Samsung's Galaxy S II 4.3" WVGA screen.

That seems quite reasonable because sources told us at the reason Mobile World Congress, that the current Super AMOLED Plus dpi limit is indeed at 250 dpi, which is most likely the reason why the HTC One X is sporting a Super LCD 2 display instead of the One S' Super AMOLED display.

Other than that, the Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji comparison also unveiled, that the GT-I9300 performs quite well but a little bit slower than the HTC One S and Samsung Galaxy S II. However, during the recent days, it climbed from rank 5 to rank 3; an indication that the work on the S III is yet not done but constantly improved.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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