“KT, an exclusive local partner of Apple to sell iPhone, plans to introduce an upgraded version of the device ― 4G iPhone ― to the domestic market in April at the earliest,” Kim Yoo-chul reports for The Korea Times.
“‘We don’t see any bigger hurdle to introduce 4G iPhones here, as legal issues were completely cleared. It’s possible to launch the devices within the first half,’ a high-ranking KT executive told The Korea Times, asking not to be identified,” Yoo-chul reports. “‘Still, there are some 3G iPhone stocks. But KT and Apple have reached a broad consensus to introduce the advanced models as early as possible,’ according to the executive.”
“4G iPhones will be equipped with organic light emitting diode (OLED) screens on surface and live video chat functionalities, while removable battery is highly likely,” Yoo-chul reports. “The new 4G iPhone is also going to be loaded with dual core processors and higher and powerful graphic chips that can deliver higher video resolutions and better ‘still’ images when taking pictures.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jake” for the heads up.]