Until now if a user wants LTE connectivity is required to give power to the processor. It can be observed from the use of quad-core chipset Exynos which unfortunately does not support 4G LTE. Related with this case where the mobile phone Galaxy S III that supports LTE in the United States and Japan released a new dual-core processors.
But outside all of that, Samsung has just confirmed that it will combine both of these advantages in one mobile phone. Yes, Samsung will make the Galaxy S III version of the South Korea as the first phone that will use a quad-core processors will also support LTE. Modem chips to LTE are separated with a quad-core chip for Exynos so that they can get along in one phone.
It is said that the Galaxy S III version will also be a 9mm much thicker, but certainly not much different from the Galaxy S III typically where it reaches only 8.6mm. It also said that the mobile version it will also be present with a capacity of 2100 mAh battery.
Galaxy S III Quad-core LTE will be present in the Korean market from next month. Unfortunately there is still not the news about its presence in other countries [via GsmArena]