Apple will have a tough time convincing the public if they bring the same screen, and worse, the same shape in the new iPhone

Google has been going places with the mobile operating system Android and there is yet another version with a dessert name to astound people with its functionalities, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Gone are the days when Apple’s iOS held the leading position in mobile computing environment. Now, Google is claiming what it set out to in the first place.

It has been less than a year since the company officially released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. With it came the still one of the best smartphones in the market, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a pure Android experience in a hardware architecture from the Korean hardware partners. Although it had a 5-mega pixel camera with low sensitivity to low light, it had the best hardware specs from processor to NFC (Near-Field Communications) chip.

Then came the newest iteration in Samsung’s flagship smartphone line, Galaxy S. The new Samsung Galaxy SIII is only a couple of months old and already it is running a hot streak in sales in Europe and Asia. However, for some reason the new phone is yet to hit the shores in the US and Canada, primarily because of the quad-core processor’s limitation on cellular networks. Quad-core processing units are not compatible to 4G LTE and the network is rapidly being adopted in North America.

The new Samsung Galaxy SIII is expected to come in the same specs in the US as it is in the rest of the world sans the processor. AT&T, T-Mobile USA, Verizon, Sprint and US Cellular have signed up for the new device on 4G networks but it will not have the fast quad-core brains. However, experts are of the opinion that the US version has a snappy dual-core processor that does not lag behind in computing speeds. The operating system, on the other hand, remains intact even on the dual-core processor.