Still quite happy with an SGS II variant.
I'm opposed to any quad-core phones, purely because of how utterly absurd it is.
I hear echos from the PC industry in my head.. for most applications on the phone are also GPU bound.
This is what made the first Galaxy S stand out (among other things like the screen) with the SGX 540.
Having actually owned a Tegra 2 powered handset (Motorola Photon) I can tell you it sucked at video applications compared to the Hummingbird SoC.
So the ARM Mali-400 completely blew it away. As for those 2 cores.. well.. they might help with the rare multitasking bottlenecks.. but it seems mostly trivial at best.
I'd rather see a high clock (~1.6GHz) dual core A15 Exynos SoC than another T3.
However, I fully expect the SGS III to blow away Nvidia again in graphics (lol!) regardless of core count.
Gives me something to use my line upgrade subsidy on.