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Thread: Samsung confirms quad-core for new Galaxy S

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    Samsung confirms quad-core for Galaxy S III

    Samsung Electronics Co said on Thursday it would mass-produce its faster, energy-saving quad-core mobile microprocessor to power the third generation of its flagship Galaxy S smartphone, due to be unveiled next week...
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    Nahhh.. I'll skip this. Waiting for the i7 Galaxy S2000
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    samsung rules the next generation mobiles

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    Yikes. Can't wait to see this beast.
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    Damn! Can't wait!

    I bought my S2 via the FNB deal. Now my cellphone contract is due for upgrade and the wife wants a new phone. Was looking to get her a S2 as well but I would obviously like to get myself the S3 and give her my S2

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    Elop said that quad cores is over kill and put too much strain on the battery....wonder if he's right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beans100 View Post
    Elop said that quad cores is over kill and put too much strain on the battery....wonder if he's right?
    I believe Elop said multi core processors waste battery life {including dual and quad core variants}, which is strange as windows 8 is expected to support and have dual core processor phones from Nokia, I can't wait to see the reversal and back pedaling by nokia when they actually do launch a dual core windows phone.

    Link: http://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthre...f-battery-life

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyW View Post
    I believe Elop said multi core processors waste battery life {including dual and quad core variants}, which is strange as windows 8 is expected to support and have dual core processor phones from Nokia, I can't wait to see the reversal and back pedaling by nokia when they actually do launch a dual core windows phone.

    Link: http://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthre...f-battery-life
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