Samsung seems to be gearing up for the flagship smartphone war yet again. As Apple released its iPhone 6S on Wednesday, now another upcoming smartphone appeared on Antutu benchmark suite.

Spotted by GforGames, the Antutu page shows the device specification along with model name, mentioned as "Lucky". Though there are no hints whether Samsung Lucky and its upcoming flagship devices are the same one, the purported specifications indicate the device could be in the flagship smartphone category.

Running on the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system, Samsung Lucky is powered by the latest Qualcomm SoC Snapdragon 820, which will offer double performance and battery life than Snapdragon 810.

The device will feature a 5.7-inch display which hints Lucky might be the bigger display version of Samsung Galaxy S7. After Sony's Xperia M5's 4K resolution display there were rumours that Samsung might come up with similar resolution display in Galaxy S7, but surprisingly it features 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution.

Other specs revealed in the benchmark report include 4GB RAM and 64GB built-in storage. Beside this, it houses a 16MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The latest Samsung smartphones, like Galaxy Edge 6+ and Samsung Note 5, pack 4GB RAM. Hence, according to Samsung's device release strategy Galaxy S7 might feature homemade 6GB RAM memory.

But the latest Sammobile report differs with the leak saying Samsung Galaxy S7 Lucky might pack the latest Samsung Exynos 8890 alias M1 Mongoose chipset, which offers a clock speed of 2.7GHz. The report also mentions that Lucky will come with Samsung's UFS 2.0 storage and the Galaxy smartphone maker might bundle it with a SD card slot.

Samsung is also rumoured to be working on a 20MP ISCELL camera sensor for Galaxy S7 under a project dubbed "all lens cover".