It seems that there is a newly-published user agent profile (UAF) that might very well be Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S III, showing off the possibility of a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running inside — and not Samsung’s own quad-core Exynos CPU, which the company recently revealed to be present in the global version of the phone.
Granted there is no confirmed proof that the handset going by model number SCH-I535 is showed up in a UA string boasting specs worthy of Samsung’s next flagship, namely a 720p HD display and running on Android 4.0 and a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor. The device also follows Verizon and Samsung’s traditional naming structure, for example, the Galaxy Nexus (SCH-I515) > Droid Charge (SCH-I510 > Galaxy S Fascinate (SCH-I500).
It should be noted that Samsung has purposely obfuscated its UAProfs several times in the past on high-profile devices, and this particular profile in question hails from Verizon. What do you think? How will a dual-core processor on the Galaxy S III affect your purchase decision?
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