The phone is official and will soon enter India and other Asian markets
The octa-core Samsung Galaxy S5 once again goes through the AnTuTu 4 benchmark and without any doubt has sailed easily with flying colors. This has certainly improved on the score of its Snapdragon 801-powered twin. While the S801 model has managed to get a score of 36K, this one has landed with a score of 38k which is quite impressive. The Samsung Galaxy S5 (octa-core) has been made official and it will soon head off to the Indian market and other parts of Asia as well.
Samsung did a pretty clever job by ensuring that the Snapdragon and Exynos versions are on par and this would in turn offer better performance for the customers. However, with this second round on the benchmarks, the Exynos version of Galaxy S5 generation has done fairly better and has taken a lead particularly with its strong CPU performance.