You should go read a technical manual. It'll explain why ours is dual core.
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A friend of mine pointed out that the overseas version of the S3 has a quad-core processor. Meanwhile, TELUS' version is only dual-core. If you were thinking of buying it outright (no term price), you're better off to buy a European model.
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LTE and 2GB of ram in ours.
Besides who has 4 or more concurrent threads going on a mobile device?
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Having just picked up the S3 I have to tell you that dual 1.5 GHz cores (with 2GB RAM) is plenty. Remember, not all software is even optimized for 4 cores yet.
I had the HTC Hero beforehand so this thing is an absolute dream :-D
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Edit: what he said ^^