It’s impossible for us to count how many variants of the Samsung had their own respective versions. And there was even a Galaxy S II with a 720p screen that was supposed to hit AT&T, but then it got cancelled. Said device still ended up in Canada somehow. Anyway, it’s starting to look like the same thing is going to happen to the . The European and Asian variants have a 1.4 GHz quad core Exynos processor paired up with 1 GB of RAM. The American variant uses a 1.5 GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip, and to make up for that it gets 2 GB of RAM. But what’s the ultimate Galaxy S III? This shouldn’t come as a surprise, it’s the one that’s going to hit Samsung’s home country of Korea next month.II hit the market last year. There was the international version, of course. Each of the major operators in the United States
That beast is going to have the quad core processor that’s in the European Galaxy S III, it’ll have the 2 GB of RAM that’s in the American Galaxy S III, and it’ll also have 4G LTE connectivity. But wait, there’s more! Want to watch live television? DMB is in the Korean Galaxy S III as well. Will this unicorn of a smartphone ever leave Korea? Probably not, but that’s OK since it’s probably overkill for most people. And hey, if you’re really an impatient son of a bitch, then we’re pretty sure that an importer like Expansys or Negri will take care of you.
So what’s the next “superphone” going to be? Seeing as how there’s still half a year left before we hit 2013, we’re looking at a Nokia Windows Phone 8 device in September, the Galaxy Note II andin October, and the next Nexus in November.
[Via: Engadget Mobile]
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