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LTE-version of Samsung Galaxy S III headed to Germany


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Samsung will launch an LTE variant of Galaxy S III in Germany in October. Unlike 3G, Galaxy S III LTE will allow users to download and upload content to speeds up to 100Mbit/s and 50Mbit/s respectively. The Galaxy S III LTE will feature 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, 8MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microSD card slot.

Galaxy S III LTE will sell for a price of around 749 euros.

Not only Germany will get this phone also some other countries in Europe.

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7 comments on “LTE-version of Samsung Galaxy S III headed to Germany

  1. hugoboss 2 years ago said:

    If they will get quad core cpu with 2gb ram… fuk u samsung

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  2. Unor92 2 years ago said:

    Is it worth changing Galaxy S3 for the LTE one? =)

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  3. lasic.2000 2 years ago said:

    Tou have faster MObile Data that’s all.

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  4. Axen1008 2 years ago said:

    Samsung teases transforming Windows 8 tablet/laptop :) look at the video

    http://www.pcwar.com/samsung-teases-transforming-windows-8-tabletlaptop.html

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  5. RobertHxx 2 years ago said:

    not until we have LTE network

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  6. Tweak90 2 years ago said:

    AKA the useless one…. it’s just draining more battery without any benefits in gemrany. The LTE network in germany is not ready for many users and 2GB RAM in a smartphone? i know many people that do not have that much RAM in their PCs :P

    I’ll have a look on LTE Phone in 2 or 3 years when the german lte network is working better.

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  7. lelinuxien52 2 years ago said:

    Me too ! In france, no LTE network now, so we can wait. For checking email with attachments, HSDPA works fine.

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