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Samsung Galaxy SIII to get 2GB RAM in Japan

The recently announced Samsung Galaxy S III has one of the best known smartphone specs, and it can give you a lot of processing power. The phone has a quad core Snapdragon processor in the 3G version of the phone and comes with a dual core S4 Snapdragon processor in the 4G LTE version. Along with this, there is an awesome 4.8 inch Super AMOLED HD display and a massive 1 GB of RAM. The smart phone is also offered in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB variants. But these specs are going to change a little bit when the phone is being shipped to Japan.

The Japanese version of the Samsung Galaxy S III is going to get a massive upgrade of 1 GB of RAM, making a total of 2 GB of RAM. Yes, this is awesome and it should be made a standard, I know and I agree to that. But unfortunately, this is not happening, and we can not make it happen as well.

Electonista writes:

The Japanese variant of the GS III also runs the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 ‘Krait’ dual-core SoC, which is compatible with Japan’s NTT Docomo 4G LTE network. The inclusion of the additional RAM is likely to help support Japan-only features such as 1 seg TV tuner without bogging down overall system performance.

While it is unlikely that other markets will be inline for the 1GB RAM upgrade, the Galaxy S III will have more than enough power for users. Like the HTC One X, which is offered with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor on 3G networks and the same dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor for 4G LTE networks, the Galaxy S III follows suit. However, the Samsung 1.4GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core processor fitted to the Galaxy S III 3G variant has been shown to outpace the Tegra 3, giving it a performance edge.

So if you are in Japan and are waiting to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S III, then you are in luck, because you are literally getting the best specked version of the phone in the whole world.

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