Samsung announces a beefed up Galaxy S III for Japan
Today NTT DoCoMo announced the upcoming availability of a few smartphones including Samsung’s Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.
You’ve probably heard all there is to know about those two, but NTT DoCoMo’s version of the Galaxy S III, called Alpha, will be slightly different. Its chipset is pretty much the same as the international version of the Galaxy Note II - with the quad-core processor has been clocked on 1.6GHz instead of 1.4GHz and 2GB of RAM.
The faster CPU speed should help turn an already impressively fast smartphone into a real beast. What's even better, the Japanese Galaxy S III will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at launch.
Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha will be sold in Titanium Gray and Sapphire Black and will launch in December.
why does japan get all the good stuff...
- 2012-10-17 13:03
Well, we can't do anything about the 2GB but we can root the phone to get to those new clock speeds. They probably use the same exynos-chipset but beef it up. So it's still not a total loss. I have mine for two days and I don't think this phone will ...
- 2012-10-15 00:45
- 2012-10-14 11:51