Similar to the HTC One leaks, the details surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S IV seem to be coming at a rapid pace. Just recently we saw details about how Samsung is preparing to sell more than 100 million units once the Galaxy S IV is released. One of the ways they are likely to accomplish that will be with widespread carrier availability.

Given we saw that with the Galaxy S III, that seems to make perfect sense, however this latest leak still comes as a bit of potential good news for Verizon Wireless subscribers. We say potential because as always, nothing is confirmed until we get the official announcement. Until that time however, we look towards rumors and leaks to piece the details together. As of today we have some NenaMark 2 benchmark results that were discovered by the Japanese language rbmen blog.

These results are showing the Samsung SCH-I545 and while they do not specifically reference Verizon Wireless, the model number does fit in with previous patterns. Those familiar with the Galaxy S III may have already realized, however that model number is the SCH-I535. Seems to make sense that the follow-up device could be the I545. Not to mention, three for the Galaxy S III and four for the Galaxy S IV.

Otherwise, aside from some model number speculation, this benchmark filing does also mention some of the previously leaked specs. For example, this filing mentions the handset as having a1920 x 1080 display resolution, 1.9GHz processor, Qualcomm Adreno 320 graphics and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This filing doesn’t mention a specific size for the display, however previous leaks point towards that measuring in at 4.99-inches.

[via SlashGear]