There is a new quad core super phone in the midst. What does that mean for us? Replacing our computers forever.

The phone is the Samsung Galaxy S III. I don't know about you guys, but since my computer broke down, I've been suppressed to the slowness of an old laptop. My laptop has a single core and 2GB of RAM. It was $500. The fact that the phone is quad core and also 2GB of RAM is almost too good to be true. 

Galaxy S III

The amazement doesn't stop there. The Galaxy S III has a 12-megapixel camera, where the Galaxy S II and most other Android devices have an 8-megapixel camera.

Unfortunately, all of the information has yet to be released, but with what has been released you can compare the two cousin phones to each other. With the Galaxy S II being a top sold phone since it's been released, there is extremely high hopes for the Galaxy S III.

Galaxy S III vs. Galaxy S II
Phone:Galaxy S IIGalaxy S III
Display:4.27 in. 800 x 4804.60 in. 720 x 1280
CPU:1.2 GHz Dual Core1.8 GHz Quad Core
Camera:8 MP with AF/LED 2MP front facing12 MP AF/LED face & smile detection 

Due to there being no "official" release of this information we are unsure about the actuality of the phone's specifications, but for more information on why the nation believes it is factual, check out PocketNow's article about test photo's from the Galaxy S III.

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