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The reason the benchmarks are about the same is there are virtually
no android applications that utilize more than 2 cores.

Bout the only thing i can think of would be some games
from Nvidia's Tegra zone.
 

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The reason the benchmarks are about the same is there are virtually
no android applications that utilize more than 2 cores.

Bout the only thing i can think of would be some games
from Nvidia's Tegra zone.

Yep... That plus the fact that LTE will take the better part of the year or more to really start being a factor (at least on Sprint that is) makes the GS3 something to watch for me and not an upgrade at this point.

Sent From My Galaxy10.1 Class Starship...
 

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doesnt matter to me what the specs are, Ill never buy another Samsung phone, too many quirks and Samsung is a lazy updater
 

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I'm hesitant to buy this Galaxy SIII for sprint. I use my phone for GPS purposes aggressively, and Samsung phones are known infamously for bad GPS radios. I will read many reviews before I decided on this device. The HTC EVO4GLTE looks a little more enticing.
 

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Agreement here on the GPS of the Epic on Sprint. But I had an EVO which had fair GPS but a simply horrible boot-loop problem which disabled everything! Couldn't use the fairly good GPS because it wouldn't stop restarting itself! :)

MM
 

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