If a leaked benchmark test is anything to go by then it looks like LTE compatible Galaxy S III is going to be released with a dual-core rather than a quad-core processor. The main reason for this is probably 4G LTE, as Qualcomm’s chip is essentially the only one that can handle LTE at this point.
However, the benchmarking site confirms what we’ve already known from earlier leaks and rumors.
The smartphone features the model number SCH-I535, according to the site and this also indicates that the Verizon Galaxy S III will likely have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core chip instead of the Samsung quad-core Exynos chip that will ship in the international version.
Though, we’ll keep you guys updated when it gets official.