Here’s some more scoop on the upcoming successor for the Samsung Galaxy S II. The upgrade, Galaxy S III, is said to be coming with Samsung’s Exynos quad-core chip which will have a LTE and WCDMA modem built into the chip.
This can be legit news as it comes from an unnamed Samsung exec who gave this information to Korea Times.
The processor will have the 32nm architecture with four A9 cores, which we heard before. The executive has also said that the development of the all-in-one chip is complete and is all set to breathe life into the smartphones.
So a ceramic body, a 4.7 or a 4.8 inch SuperAMOLED HD display, 8 or even a 12MP camera, 1 or 2GB of RAM, and Android ICS. Let’s hope these rumours turn into reality because we cannot wait any longer for the newest Galaxy S smartphone.