The hotly tipped Samsung Galaxy S3 is set to be the first phone to use Samsung's new quad-core Exynos processor.
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The Samsung Galaxy S III is a big phone with a burly chip to match.
Samsung has reportedly stopped production of its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet, but only so that it can shove a quad-core processor inside it.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 could pack a powerful quad-core processor, built by Samsung itself. Read on for details.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 will be powered by a quad-core chip clocked at above 1.4GHz.
That's the claim made by a Samsung executive speaking recently to the Korea Times. The device may also come with 4G LTE service.
Australia, the US and the UK all got the quad-core S4, but is the difference between it and the octa-core really that big?
J.K. Shin, co-CEO of Samsung Electronics and head of the company's mobile business, tells CNET that the company uses multiple sources for chips to make sure it has enough supply.
The 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2 launch will follow in the Samsung Galaxy S3's footsteps in mid-November, and will keep its quad-core processor.
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