It looks like this could be a case of carelessness, or a carefully crafted plan – I am referring to a prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S6 which carries the model number SM-G925F, having being leaked out – twice actually, with it appearing in an AnTutu benchmark. The screenshot this time around points to a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution display, which does point in the direction that the Samsung Galaxy S6 could continue to carry a physical home key with an accompanying fingerprint sensor located right under the display.
Apart from that, it ought to also arrive with a 5.5” display, which means there will not be anything out of the ordinary in the next generation Galaxy S device. So far, we do know that the listed chipset points to an octa-core processor with an ARMv8 instructions set, accompanied by a Mali-T768 GPU. Other than that, there should be a 16MP camera, with the pairing of a tri-band LTE Category 10 modem to boot.
It remains to be seen whether there will be a 20MP camera thrown into the mix as rumors have it, as the initial AnTuTu leak did point to the SM-G925F model carry a 20MP sensor, whereas the leak this time around has a 16MP camera behind. Could we be looking at variants of the same handset? Only time will tell.