Just like the year old Galaxy S3 Mini, Samsung is expected to release the smaller brother of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone, Galaxy S4 Mini, at an upcoming press event expected to take place in London on June 20. Adding to the rumor-mill of the device, today’s report by German site AllAboutSamsung shows the alleged AnTuTu benchmarks results of Galaxy S4 Mini.

According to the AnTuTu benchmark (shown below), the S4 Mini would incorporate a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (S400) CPU clocked at 1.7 GHz, Adreno 305 GPU, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8 megapixel rear and 2.1 megapixels front camera. Whereas the display is concerned, the benchmark shows that it’ll feature a 4.3” screen with qHD (960×540) resolution. Also, it looks like the next iteration of Galaxy Mini-series would be running the latest Android 4.2.2 OS.


The most interesting aspect of today’s alleged specs of the upcoming Galaxy S4 Mini is the fact that it coincides perfectly with the previously leaked benchmarks of the smartphone that suggested the exact specs we’re looking at today. The only dilemma that lied with the previous rumors was the presence of an unknown dual-core Krait processor, which has today been revealed to be Qualcomm’s S400 CPU.

As always, we’ll once again remind you that such kind of benchmarks can easily be fabricated and these results could also be taken from a prototype device so these benchmarks may note reflect the specs of the actual device. We’ll have to wait until the expected 20th June release event of the device for things to get official. Are you looking forward to the release of Galaxy S4 Mini?

(via PhoneArena)