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More cores equals MORE SPEED!!

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Yes I agree that the first ones were messed up.

What do you need four cores to do?

On the Samsung side, I can have two things on my screen at once (multi-view).

Love the feature, it allows me to actually multitask. Also with the other million things running in the background, 4 cores are needed.

Two things on the screen at once. Is that all?

Multitasking because iOS can't do that on a dual core rolleyes.gif
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