By Anton D. Nagy | May 13, 2012 2:25 AM
The Samsung SCH-I535 popped up in a user agent profile recently and, while there was no indubitable proof that the phone is going to be Verizon’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III, the specs indicate that it might be a strong possibility.
As hinted, the i535 will pack a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor instead of the Exynos quad-core SoC on the International version. The findings in the user agent profile seem to be backed up by recent benchmark results found on NenaMark where the Samsung i535 popped up with the dual-core CPU and its Qualcomm Adreno 225 GPU. The carrier is clearly listed as Verizon and the screen resolution is 1280×720. While a certain Google Ad hinted that the Rogers LTE variant might indeed have a quad-core processor (and probably AT&T’s variant also, using the same frequency), CDMA phones might be stuck with dual-core.