While many here in our country still waiting for their blue Samsung Galaxy S3 shows the spectrum in other parts of the world looks very different to see. Thus emerges the news that the U.S. carrier AT & T is a red version of the device has in store. Whether this is beautiful, we want to leave in the middle – the figure below is the result of a good Photoshop session and no official figure.
Who thinks, “Well, that looks good,” would briefly consider the unit to be ordered on the other side of the Atlantic. Interestingly, the AT & T version of the Galaxy S3 equipped with a dual core processor running at 1.5 GHz (the same processor that we find in HTC’s One S – Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoC S4). Furthermore, the device has 2 GB of RAM, while we in these parts with 1 GB should do.
Note, however, that AT & T’s S3 is provided with an intended for the U.S. market LTE internet connection (G ‘4 ‘), and of an antenna which works at frequency bands other than those here are usual. The device is almost useless. Unfortunately. If you like red does.