Samsung Galaxy S3 - Exynos 4 Quad Processor Powered:
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the next big Android Smartphone to rival Apple and Android competitors. Many rumors on the specs and design are all around. There is no definite description other than the processor that will be running one of the versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3. The processor which will make the Samsung Galaxy SIII one of the fastest Android smartphone is the Exynos 4 Quad processor. Though it is uncertain if Samsung Galaxy S3 quad-core Android Smartphones will be shipped to the U.S. We will find out more at the unveiling sometime in May 2012.
Though not verified, some possible specs of the Samsung Galaxy S3 include a large 4.8 inch touch screen with 1080p HD, an 8 megapixel main camera and a 2 megapixel front video chatting camera. It is claimed to have 1080p video capture at 30 frames per second and HDMI out. The Samsung Galaxy S3 will be a multitasking speed demon for gaming, imaging and the web with its rumored 2GB of RAM and 4G LTE. Expect a thin profile and Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Samsung Galaxy SIII has raised concerns regarding battery life. Samsung states that the Exynos 4 Quad processor will have features that reduce the use of the battery depending on the tasks at hand. With double the processing power of its predecessor, the Exynos 4 Quad-core processor uses less power. It is designed after the ARM Cortex A9 and clocks in at 1.4GHz per core. Prepare for quicker smartphones and a PC-like experience with the next wave of Android smartphones. Quad-core smartphones with dedicated imaging chips will soon be the norm.
Samsung Galaxy smartphones have surpassed Apple iPhones in sales and with the Galaxy 3 it may add to the gap and edge itself further ahead. Samsung has become the world's cell phone leader, outselling Nokia. While Samsung and Apple are still battling it out in court over 3G and user interface patent issues, Samsung has amassed an arsenal of 4G patents and has placed itself in a strong position for licensing its technology. The upcoming fight for the best smartphone will be between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 5. Samsung has about 30 percent of the smartphone market while Apple takes approximately 25 percent.
Will the U.S. get its second quad-core smartphone? Or will we get a processered-down version?
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