Sabtu, 21 April 2012

Samsung Galaxy SIII Use Quad Core Processor?

Samsung will reportedly introduce a smartphone Galaxy S III on May 3, 2012 in London, England. Next generation Samsung Galaxy S II is rumored to be using a quad core processor.

The Verge, which gets information from Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S III is definitely going to release on May 3, 2012 in London. This time is chosen so that the Samsung Galaxy S II could be sold more.

The launch of the latest gadgets from the South Korean vendor will be performed in conjunction with the activities of Samsung's "Next Galaxy" which will take place in London early next month.

That's about the time of launch. Now about the specifics of his own cell phone. The source said that the Samsung Galaxy S III will use a quad core processor.

But these sources do not mention the exact type of processor that will be used. Reportedly, Samsung will carry the Cortex-A9 processor-based 32 nm Exynos.

Previous rumors, the smartphone will be equipped with quad-core processor 1.8 GHz.

This was done to match Samsung Taiwanese vendors, HTC, who plans to introduce several Android smartphone that also uses quad-core processor, the Edge and Zeta.

But do not expect Samsung will use Tegra processor 3, which is being used by HTC One X.

The source also said that a quad core processor will be a global version. This means that this chip will be used freely throughout the country, both of which already have 4G LTE connection or not.

On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S III rumored will have a thinner body, even compared to the iPhone 4S, and will have a super large screen that is 4.8 inches.

As quoted from unwiredview.com, Galaxy S III rumored to be having Super AMOLED Plus screen with HD quality (1280 x 720), supporting LTE. In addition, the Galaxy S III will be equipped with a 12 MP camera and 2 GB of RAM.


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