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Reports are emerging that Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone could be launched with Samsung’s new Exynos 4412 processor. It boasts pretty impressive specs - the 32nm Exynos is a quad-core processor with speeds rising up to 1.5GHz thanks to the use of ARM Cortex-A9 cores. The processor currently appears to be in the testing process. If launched, it would make the Samsung Galaxy S III a giant leap from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus phones.
Samsung Galaxy S III is also likely to feature Mali-TS04 graphics processor (GPU) that is expected to run around 5 times faster than the earlier graphic processors from Mali. Although first launched in 2010 by ARM, the Mali-TSO4 with its unique tri-pipe architecture is still a new thing.
The launch of the Galaxy S III is expected to be made in February 2012 at the MWC show at Barcelona. Presently, most Samsung Galaxy S II models are powered by Exynos 4210 which is a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. Samsung did announce the launch of the Exynos 4212 1.5 GHz which is still dual-core technology, and won’t be a considerable improvement over the 4210 and won’t match the hype generated by the anticipation of the Galaxy S III launch.
Being tightlipped while the rumors keep circulating is how most companies handle their launches. With the Samsung Galaxy S III sure to be launched it’s the technology behind the processor that has been the talk of the town. Exynos 4412 was once announced as a dual-core processor, but some sleuthing later by the tech journals and websites revealed that it could be a quad core design.
Exynos 4212 has significantly improved over the current 4210 that powers Samsung Galaxy S II models in key areas though, such as increased 3D graphics performance by over 50% and lower power level by 30%. Nevertheless it could prove to be a not so groundbreaking improvement, which is why rumors claim Samsung will be equipping its new Galaxy S III with the quad-core Exynos 4412.
This move by Samsung could put it in direct competition to NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor. These are exciting times for technology lovers. Being one of the most popular names, any Galaxy S announcement is sure to get the excitement levels soaring. It all hangs on the processor specs. With many predicting a quad-core is sure to get into the new Samsung Galaxy S III, it doesn’t seem that Samsung would disappoint by powering its smartphone with another dual-core processor