May 8, 2012

Sprint’s Galaxy S III To Have Dual-Core CPU, 16GB Onboard Storage

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It seems like every day there is news about the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III handset since a few months, which has been announced a few days ago. We still haven’t had a considerable news on the U.S. availability of the Galaxy S III handset. We heard that Sprint may launch it later this year. Today, the folks over at PocketNow website have tagged an image of a leaked user agent profile, showing off the technical specifications details of the unannounced LTE-capable SPH-L710 handset, which is expected to hit the Sprint as Galaxy S III.

We have been hearing that U.S. bound Galaxy S III variants will utilize dual-core processor under the hood, instead of the quad-core processor installed in the global variant of the Galaxy S III. According to user agent profile of the Verizon’s Galaxy S III SCH-I535 is coming with MSM8960 S4 Snapdragon chipset. Sprint is also expected to do the same thing for its version of the Galaxy S III (SPH-L710) device and it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 dual-core processor.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S III Full Specifications.

The UAP profile has also confirmed 16GB onboard storage, a 720p HD display for the Sprint’s Galaxy S III handset. The device will be shipped with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The Samsung Galaxy S III needs to come out in the United States as soon as possible.

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Source: PocketNow

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