SAMSUNG IS GOING TO HIT APPLE HARD:- Samsung Galaxy S III may run on Quad-Core

Samsung is going to release some devices early next year that will blow people minds off and will be big step past the Galaxy Nexus class, in every way.
It would be a relatively significant upgrade from the Galaxy S II that uses dual-core 1.2 GHz Exynos 4210 processor, and would rather use 30% less power then its predecessor.
The current Samsung processor used inside most versions of the Galaxy S II is the dual-core 1.2 GHz Exynos 4210. Samsung recently announced the newer dual-core 1.5 GHz Exynos 4212, but we don’t know if that will offer enough of a boost to be considered for the Galaxy S III. The Exynos 4212 is basically a more efficient 32nm version of the 4210, with 30 percent lower power-level and 50 percent higher 3D graphics performance over the previous processor generation from Samsung.
Samsung is going to hit Apple hard in the battle of the Smartphone market crown. Apple has made all of its sale on the iPhone 4S because of the Virtual Assistant Siri, but Quad-Core will certainly beat Apple’s A5 chips in any way.
The alarming exchange of mainly patent-based lawsuits between the two has seen previous business ties completely strained as both try to work independently of each other. It will certainly be a battle worth watching.
According to Redmond Pie,
According to a very reliable and trusted source, prototypes of the Samsung Galaxy S III do NOT feature quad-core processors. Our source has inspected the current prototypes, thus we can only presume that the final product – which will probably release early 2012 – will too be bereft of a quad-core processor.
So Let’s see what Surprise Samsung has for us in future.


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