Stuff from ZergNet
Last month we heard the rumor about the Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S3 smartphone, where it said that the phone would get powered with a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, and now it seems like the rumor is about to become true because recently an executive of the Samsung has told the Korea Times that one of their new 32-nanometer chips will be unveiled with their latest device.
According to the TNW, last year Samsung has updated their kernels for its new processors at Kernel.org, it showed that they would market the new chips as a Exynos 4412 chip, which has four processing-cores. These chips have a 32-nanometer quad-core design with ARM Cortex-A9 cores with the speed clocked at 1.5 GHz. So considering all the details we have today, the company is most likely to use this processor to power their highly anticipated Galaxy S3. Although nothing is confirmed yet, so we would have to wait a while to get confirmations from the company. While you’re waiting check out the leaked photo of the Galaxy S3, which was rumored to be the real phone.
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