After having already made its debut in South Korea and the United States earlier this year, the brand new Samsung Galaxy S III LTE smartphone will be heading for Europe next. It is expected that this latest gadget will first make an appearance in Germany sometime in October before spreading out across the rest of the continent.
Like its original Korean release, the new smartphone will utilise the Exynos 4 chipset (the U.S. version is built around the Snapdragon S4) and is able to handle 4G communications technology, which is denoted by the LTE (Long Term Evolution) suffix.
True 4G networks exchange data approximately 10 times faster than current 3G, which is quickly approaching its shelf life expiry date. As 4G networks are already gaining in popularity in Europe, mobile casinos based there are scrambling, because they will rather sooner than later have to tweak their respective platforms to accommodate the new Samsung smartphone and other 4G-enabled models that will follow in its wake.
4G technology relays all data digitally directly to the end user without the need for applications such as browsers to render HTML/CSS code. This will make graphics and audio much crisper, which is excellent news for mobile casino patrons. Speedy data transfer furthermore ensures that gameplay will become smoother in every aspect. Nothing is more annoying than missing important parts of a game because the browser renders data too sluggishly. Another advantage of 4G is of course that any applications will download much faster, putting less strain on already hefty phone and Internet connection bills.