There have been numerous sites that state the reason why AT&T went with a 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon S3 Qualcomm MSM8660 processor in the Galaxy Note instead of the dual core 1.4Ghz Exynos 4210 processor found in the International version is because their LTE does not work well with it.
So two questions...
1-Why doesn't the Exynos processor work well with LTE (and by LTE I am referring to both the AT&T/Verizon)
2-Would the Sprint LTE have the same issue with Exynos processors?
Reason I ask is because Sprint is suppose to get the Galaxy Note, (as per rumored highly reliable) sources have mentioned. But no one would knows what the internal components would be. If Sprint were to get the European processor which by all test results is better than the US version, I feel it would have an advantage over AT&T and Verizon. Thus bringing in more customers.
Edited by davianny, 09 March 2012 - 11:03 AM.
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