Samsung Galaxy S3 to Feature Dual-core 1.8GHz CPU?

Though the tech world maybe eager to hear more about the Samsung Nexus Prime, it's not the only exciting Samsung phone in the pipeline. According to a recent tip sent to Phandroid, the company's Galaxy S3 smartphone is sharping up to be quite the beast.

The above photo is allegedly of an internal Samsung slide and details the progression of the Galaxy S3 line. Sent to Phandroid earlier this week, the slide includes details of a Galaxy S III device. If the information is legitimate (and could well be a fake, since there's a few mistakes in the image), this new Android device will boast a 1.8GHz dual-core Exynos 4212 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 12MP camera, and a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD display. The phone is said to be even slimmer than the Galaxy S2, support 4G LTE and NFC.

Considering the monster specs the Nexus Prime is rumored to have, these specs for the Galaxy S3 don't seem at all impossible.

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  • it just blows my mind thinking that just about a decade ago, we were only at the 1ghz barrier for the cpu on deskstops, and now we are having dual cores 1.5ghz+ in our phones that fits in the palm of our hands x_x
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  • it just blows my mind thinking that just about a decade ago, we were only at the 1ghz barrier for the cpu on deskstops, and now we are having dual cores 1.5ghz+ in our phones that fits in the palm of our hands x_x
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  • If you can't noticed the severe spelling mistakes in that slide then I guess it's no suprise you wouldn't noticed this was debunked 3-4 days ago on most other tech sites already.
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  • and no, i can't spell either :)
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