Exynos quadcore with A9 architecture + LTE !> Dual Core S4 + LTE. GSMArena needs to be more objective at times. as long as it's not A15 then there's no point to hype for a quad core
So why couldn't Samsung do this from the start? There was all this talk about the Exynos not being LTE compatible, and now this.
Fair enough HTC did it with the Tegra3 and opted for the S4 chip, but did Samsung really even consider the Exynos+LTE and took the easy way out with an S4? Does this mean the Tegra3 could also have LTE if they wanted?
Just seems so soon after the phones release that they can now put them both together?
Will it hav exynos chipset or the snapdragon S4 krait since exynos quad does not support LTE connectivity...
Vin8, 25 Jun 2012LTE + Quad core = Super beast phonedont forget +2GB RAM