The fact that the Galaxy S III sports a quad-core processor is no surprise. The company announced that the phone would be running on its newest 1.4-Ghz quad-core Exynos processor in late April. The chip is designed to soup up everything from 3D games to video editing. Samsung claims twice the processing capability of its predecessor along with 20 percent less power usage. Here's hoping this chip makes it in the U.S. version with LTE support.