The Samsung GT-I9500 (better known as the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4) has popped up and busted out some record-breaking stats in new benchmarking data.
If legit, when testing the handset's browser the Browsermark 2.0 benchmarking tool reckoned the S4 managed a score of 2710 (with Chrome 25 as the browser).
That puts its browser performance ahead of competitors like the LG Optimus G, HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and Google Nexus 4, and streets ahead of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Browsermark describes it as "superior to 99 per cent of all phone browsers" so that's pretty good news for any Samsung fans counting down the days until the big March 14 reveal.
It's worth remembering a few caveats though: benchmarks aren't ever completely accurate, nor do they really reveal what the real-world performance of the handset will be like.
Plus there's no guarantee that the Samsung GT-I9500/Samsung Galaxy S4 was the handset used in these tests; it's all pretty easy to fake.
At this point, though, the finalised handset is likely to be floating around and we wouldn't be too surprised if these turned out to be legit.
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