Samsung has so far not launched an LTE-capable version of its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone with a quad-core processor outside of its home market. The units being sold in the US and Canada all come with dual-core processors.
The new Galaxy S III LTE is set to arrive on the German market in October. It’s going to be priced at around €749 ($939), which is a lot – regardless of the phone’s features.
Speaking of that, this may be identical to the HSPA+ version of the internationally-selling Galaxy S III, save for the added LTE support and (perhaps) 2 GB of RAM, just like in South Korea.
It’s still not clear whether Samsung’s planning to offer this quad-core LTE model in North America at any point.
Via Sammy Hub
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