According to literature from Samsung and Japanese carrier DoCoMo, the Galaxy SIII that will be made available to Japanese consumers will sport a full 2GB of RAM compared to the single gig that international and US buyers will see. Like the Americas though, the Japanese model will sport a Snapdragon S4 processor instead of Samsung’s new quad-core Exynos chip. If this bump in specs is true, it will be interesting to see how all of these SGSIII devices compare benchmark-wise when all of the mobile sites start getting their hands on them.
Although the true question may be, why the heck do they get 2GB of RAM and we don’t?
Via: Unwired View | Pocket Now