A new Samsung mobile phone has appeared in the benchmark tests, which has sparked rumours that it could be the Galaxy S5.
The device turned up under the model number SM-G900S and the listing has since disappeared but not before FoneArena managed to see it.
According to the website the GFXBench test, FoneArena the Samsung handset will bring a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, an Adreno 330 GPU, and come running Android 4.4 KitKat.
These leaked test results come as Samsung has announced that it will release at least four devices at the start of 2014. This means that the smartphone on the benchmark could be a number of possible handsets coming from Samsung next year.
However, these are pretty impressive specifications so they could very well belong in the company's flagship Galaxy handset. It's safe to assume though, if this isn't the S5, the actual Galaxy S5 will beat this in terms of power.
Posted by Clare Marshall