Featured: Samsung Galaxy S3 Loses Quad Core Exynos For Dual Core Qualcomm S4
Signs Point To No Quad-Core Exynos
Today Pocketnow located the User Agent Profile for the Sprint Galaxy S 3 reveals no quad-core Exynos for U.S. variant. It is disappointing that Samsung hasn’t made the quad core Exynos compatible with U.S. 4G LTE networks, so just as is the case with the HTC One X we will receive the dual core Qualcomm S4 SoC which is a great performer in its own right. Also noted at least for the Sprint variant is it will ship with 16GB of on board memory that can be expanded with a micro-SD card with up to 64GB of storage.
No pictures of the different carrier versions of the device have been seen, so we do not know any of the other spec changes that may be included. It appears from previous information that both Sprint and Verizon will be seeing dual core variants of the Galaxy S 3 and presumably so will AT&T while T-Mobile is unknown at this point. Does the change to the Qualcomm S4 change your opinion about the S 3?
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