1. Gratificulous's Avatar
    09-16-2011 01:24 PM
  2. nemov's Avatar
    4Chan...

    We can't even begin to take this seriously.
    09-16-2011 01:50 PM
  3. scotty_pimmpen's Avatar
    I want to believe... but the 4chan source makes it so hard.
    09-16-2011 02:05 PM
  4. Gratificulous's Avatar
    I hear you man. Hence why i used quotes, question mark, "take it for what it is worth", and mentioned 4Chan in the link. I do not want anyone get their hopes up but I will take any decent information at this point.
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    09-16-2011 02:17 PM
  5. ejaymd11's Avatar
    It's all bull. I firmly believe they are just starting to make this stuff up to drive folks crazy. Nexus Prime, then Droid Prime with touchwiz, now Samsung Prime all the while no actually news about the phone or the OS. It's bull.
    09-16-2011 04:45 PM
  6. ManBearPig618's Avatar
    With an Exynos chip it wouldn't be LTE compatible...and I very much doubt from this point in time on ANY flagship, high-end device would come out 3G-only. I smell horse crap.
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    09-16-2011 06:33 PM
  7. chuban7's Avatar
    With an Exynos chip it wouldn't be LTE compatible...and I very much doubt from this point in time on ANY flagship, high-end device would come out 3G-only. I smell horse crap.
    I could be wrong but according to samsung I think the Exynos does support LTE
    SAMSUNG's Digital World

    Exynos 4210 lowers the Bill of Materials (BOM) by integrating the following IPs: world's first DDR3 interfaces that will prepare bit cross with DDR2; 8 channels of I2C for a variety of sensors; SATA2; the GPS baseband; and a variety of USB derivatives (USB Host 2.0, Device 2.0, and HSIC interfaces with PHY transceivers to be connected with 802.11n, Ethernet, HSPA+, and 4G LTE modem). The application processor also supports industry's first DDR based eMMC 4.4 interfaces to increase the file system's performance.
    09-16-2011 08:44 PM
  8. Droid800's Avatar
    With an Exynos chip it wouldn't be LTE compatible...and I very much doubt from this point in time on ANY flagship, high-end device would come out 3G-only. I smell horse crap.
    Not true. It would use the same LTE chip that the charge uses, which is a samsung built chip.


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