A unknown Samsung mobile phone has turned up once again in benchmark tests online.

It was only last week when a handset from the manufacturer appeared in another benchmark test, sparking speculation that it could be the Samsung Galaxy S5.

The device in Rightware's Browsermark test appears with appears with a different model number. The handset that emerged last week was under the serial number SM-G900S, while this time it's the SM-G900F.

It could be that the same smartphone has appeared twice with a slightly different model number or it could be two similar but separate devices.

However, the interesting part about this benchmark result is that, if it is Samsung's next flagship handset, it falls significantly behind the iPhone 5S and Galaxy Note 3. A number of things are measured in the test including processing power.

The Samsung SM-G900F scored a 3303.88, which is quite a bit lower than the Galaxy Note 3's 3353.07 and Apple's iPhone 5S' score of 3669.91.

Posted by Simon Thomas

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