The Galaxy S III for United States didn’t come with quad-core processor. The reason is incompatibility to work on LTE network. So, if you want to get faster internet connection, you must sacrifice the phone performance.
But, Samsung has just confirmed that the company will combine the two advantages in a smartphone. The Korean version of Samsung Galaxy S III will be the first smartphone to have both quad-core processor and LTE network support. Modem chip for LTE will be separated with the chip for quad-core Exynos so they can work together inside a phone.
With 9 mm of thickness, the Korean version of Galaxy S III is slightly thicker than the international version with a thickness of 8.6 mm, but it’s not too much different. The phone will get a battery with a capacity of 2100 mAh.