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The 4G variant will have a quad-core processor, while the regular 3G option will have Samsung's octa-core chip, the leak suggests.
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.
Reported benchmark scores peg the eight-core Samsung Galaxy S4 as much speedier than the variant we'll be getting here in the UK.
Mediatek is going after Samsung, Nvidia, and Qualcomm with a quad-core chip for high-end smartphones.