The South Korea-based tech giant company Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy S III is launching its two versions around the world, the said device is currently being offered; the international variant with model number GT-I9300 has an Exynos quad-core chip and 1GB of RAM. While the United States version ditches the Samsung Exynos clothing for a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip with a dual-core Krait processor to accommodate the functionality of ts built-in LTE, the South Korean people will get the best of both world, the LTE and 2GB RAM version of Galaxy S3.
The Galaxy S III with both a Samsung Exynos quad-processor and 2GB of RAM is scheduled to be carried only on Korea’s SK Telecom in July of this year. Still, here are the technical specifications that make this smartphone so intelligent and unique:
- quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 with CPU clocked at 1.4GHz
- 2GB of RAM
- 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen
- 4.82 ounces (136.5 grams)
- 0.35 inches (9mm)
SK Telecom’s Galaxy S3 sports the same 2,100mAh battery capacity, like all the other versions and comes with Google’s latest Android mobile platform – the Ice Cream Sandwich – out of the box. Since, Samsung Philippines had already released the GS3, we don’t expect this to come to Philippine shores nor in North America, and possibly anywhere else outside the Korean territory, but it’s surely a hint of what to expect in the near future from what high-end mobile handsets have to offer.