I have some questions.
A. i read the following in a comment
what I'm even more excited about, is the S3 version for South Korea.
They get the Quad-Core CPU as well as 2GB of RAM. As the Quad Core does not yet work with LTE, they implemented a seperate LTE chip. I'm glad that I haven't bought it yet. This version is scheduled for release at the end of July.
Is this true?????
B will the s3 get jellybean?
C is it actually worth getting? or will there be a newer better phone in like 3 months -.-
D will this phone be compatible woth the phone company redpocket????
most important questions are A n D....
Answer by DJ Scooby Doo · Jun 29, 2012 at 03:46 PM
I can answer C and D for you.
C: The tech world is ever evolving and there will always be a new thing out every week. The S 3 is no exception. There might be another phone that'll outshine the S 3, you never know.
D: Yes it will work on Red Pocket, since I assume you're getting the GSM version (AT&T or T-Mobile) preferably AT&T, since you don't have to unlock it.
Answer by Zbob750 · Jun 30, 2012 at 01:58 AM
A: Yes that is very likely to be true, don't know for sure, but most LTE devices are dual core because the LTE chips and Quad core processors tend to be incompatible with each other, It's been an issue for other phones in the past as well. In Europe they don't include the LTE chips so there are less problems.
B: Most likely, and it will take them some time, they will need to port over most of their UI customization and unfortunately they will probably work to get S-Voice's engine on it.
C: There will always be a better phone out in 3 months. It is nearly impossible to stay on top of the bleeding-edge of technology, let alone, smartphone technology.
D: I have no idea. If it's a GSM carrier then most likely, however, if they use some odd frequencies there may be issues. I have no experience or prior knowledge of Redpocket.
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