Samsung Galaxy S III Might Posses Quad-Core Exynos CPU
Samsung is already make an official statement that they will launch “Next Galaxy” device on May 3rd. Of course there’s no specific explanation about what kind of device that they will unveils, but we have a strong faith that it would be the most anticipated Galaxy S III smartphone.
Yesterday, we’ve manage to capture an image of something that we thought as the dummy unit of the handset. Later we find out that it is only a security box, which indicating how tight is the level of security for this handset. However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t get new rumor about it.
An anonymous source is recently speak to The Verge, noted that the “Next Galaxy” device sill be packed with superlative hardware specs. Of course that’s indicate that this smartphone (or tablet?) might posses super hardware configuration that will easily crushed other android device. Since it is made by Samsung, then it is not too surprising if the device is powered by the company’s own Cortex A9 quad-core Exynos CPU.
Please note that this doesn’t mean that the US version of the handset will carry on similar processors. Samsung might follow the same path as HTC, to replace the quad-core CPU with dual-core unit that manage to deliver similar powerful performance. For your information, every single HTC One X unit that available in US, no matter from Sprint or AT&T, will be powered by Snapdragon S4 dual-core CPU instead of Nvidia Tegra 3.
As we mentioned above, that doesn’t mean that S4 is less powerful than Nvidia Tegra 3, just because it has fewer cores. AT&T HTC One X has been benchmarked lately and the results are amazing. The handset manage to surpass other Tegra 3 device like Asus Transformer Prime! This is mean that cores are not the only factor that determine a CPU’s performance.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to use the comment box below and tell us. We are also welcome any kind of critics and suggestion here.