Last edited by cybertec69; 06-01-2012 at 03:37 AM.
the way i like to think about it is this. The dual core is souped up to do do 75mph and the quad core stock does 75mph. It makes me feel the dual core would definitely use more battery than the quad would. Plus you have more room on the quad for expanding or later on when people want to overclock it or whatever they do, than the dual core would. Dunno it just sucks why they cant just make one phone, one spec and done. If they knew quad wouldnt work with LTE they shoulda waited a bit and gone with the qualcom quad.
Why should US be secondary? that sucks. Its been made that way cuz everyone (corporations) are so cheap now a days cant spend a extra penny on nothing. I had the samsung galaxy s3 4 days ago and i played with it, it was by far the best phone i have ever used. So smooth, touch was awsome i couldnt find any flaw in it. Only reason i sold it is because i have verizon and i couldnt use it when i want 4g lte, i had to use my girlfriends att sim. And that pisses me off because it was so smooth and perfect, i dont want to go to a dual core version of it for verizon which would most probably heat up all the time since the cpu is being pushed to its limits just to equal the quad core, plus all those voltage crap. Agh! lol. This phone after using it for 20 min did not even show signs of heating up
why use out dated cores? if there are better cores available why not just strap those in there?
I love that they named it Krait!! which phones care it?
Trying to decide on my next phone. I am torn between the DNA and the SGS3.