Samsung GT-I9525 Spotted in NenaMark with Android 5.0

The handset might arrive with a 1.8GHz CPU, HD screen

  Samsung GT-I9525 in NenaMark
As the year ends, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is gearing up for the release of new handsets to its users, most probably set to make them official in early 2013.

As the year ends, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is gearing up for the release of new handsets to its users, most probably set to make them official in early 2013.

One of these might be the Samsung GT-I9525 device that was just spotted in NenaMark, only days after another handset from the company emerged on the benchmarking website, namely Samsung GT-I9400.

The new device was seen with Google’s Android 5.0 platform loaded on it, as well as with a 1.8GHz processor inside (a quad-core Cortex A9 CPU, techkiddy notes), and an ARM-Mali 400MP GPU.

Moreover, the smartphone is said to feature a 1280 x 720 pixel display, which doesn’t appear that impressive, considering that Samsung is already expected to launch full HD smartphones next year.

Since benchmarking results can be easily tweaked, we’ll take the info on this smartphone with a grain of salt for the time being.

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