Samsung has set some pretty lofty targets for the Samsung Galaxy S3, with a 10 million sales figure being one of the objectives to achieve by the end of July this year. Well, Samsung has just introduced the LTE version of the Galaxy S3 that is headed for South Korea next month, with a very real possibility of the quad-core processor being part of the deal. Those who are happy with the 3G-enabled version of the Galaxy S3 can get their kicks from SK Telecom, although the LTE-enabled model from Samsung does seem to be the final word in the Galaxy S3 range where hardware specifications and performance are concerned.
After all, we are talking about the possibility of a DMB TV tuner being included, in addition to a 500-title Video Hub for those who love watching movies. No idea on whether an extended battery will be thrown into the mix, as the device’s battery life is going to suffer if LTE is turned on at all times. No idea on whether anyone is going to attempt performing an import of the LTE Galaxy S3 Stateside in the future though. Would you?
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