The Samsung Galaxy S4 may have reared its head again with a benchmark result this time claiming to be from an American variant of the phone.
Recently a handset popped up on GLBenchmark claiming to be the Korean version of the Galaxy S4, and now another device has appeared on Nenamark sporting the model number SCH-I545.
Reports suggest that this could be the Verizon variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 destined for the US, as the Galaxy S3 on the same network has a very similar model ID: SCH-I535.
The results from the Nenamark test suggests the Galaxy S4 will sport a 1.9GHz processor, thought to be quad-core and come running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.
You can also see the proposed screen resolution for the Galaxy S4 which has been listed as 1920x1080 - making it a full HD offering and pitting it against the Sony Xperia Z, Huawei Ascend D2 and ZTE Grand S.
Benchmarks results aren't the most reliable of sources and can be easily faked so we're taking this leak with a dab of seasoning, although it does seem to tally with previous rumours.