Galaxy S III LTE with Quad-Core Processor and 2GB RAM to release in Korea
When Samsung Galaxy s III was announced, many Android fans may have had disappointment that the device didn’t even get a memory upgrade while it features Quad-core processor but in the US, it was opposite that US version of the Galaxy S III didn’t get a Quad-core processor besides a memory upgrade to 2GB, but why didn’t Samsung bring the Galaxy S III with both Quad-core processor and 2GB RAM?
Wait, it seems like Samsung is prepping a new Galaxy S III version with both Qua-core processor and 2GB of RAM inside and reportedly headed to Korea. The Galaxy S III with 2GB RAM and Quad-core processor model number is SHV-E210S but unfortunately the device will only be available in Korea.
It appears to rival LG Optimus LTE 2 which went official next day of Galaxy S III announcement , with 2GB of RAM and LTE connectivity and was bragging about being first to feature 2GB RAM on an Android Smartphone. There was also a report that the LG is prepping an LTE Smartphone with Quad-core processor and 2GB RAM.
Anyway, other specs of the SHV-E210S Galaxy S III are identical to the international version. The device should come with a quad-core Exynos 4412 chipset on an LTE chip, a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, an 8MP snapper and 32GB of internal storage. The phone is 0.4mm thicker than the 3G-only version.
According to reports, the Galaxy S III LTE with 2GB RAM and Quad-core processor will be released in Korea this July, unfortunately pricing and exact date are not available.