Rogers Might be Getting a Quad-core Version of the S III
By Fred Salva
I think we’ve told you enough about quad-core processors and their incompatibility with LTE networks due to radio issues. One of the best examples is the HTC One X that was released with a quad-core chip in Europe and with a dual-core heart only here, in the US. With the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III we are afraid to experience the same but according to this screen-shot – things might change for better. Of course, a screenshot taken from a Google search is not something that we can rely on but if what it says is true then Rogers is going to get the Galaxy S III with a quad-core Exynos 4 chip on a board in addition to 4G LTE. Sounds kind of cool, don’t you find? Of course, even if this is true, there is still a great possibility that it won’t be compatible with carriers that run CDMA and LTE but maybe, just maybe AT&T will get its quad-core beast thanks to its HSPA and LTE bands (Rogers uses exactly the same bands).
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