Samsung Next Smartphones 64-bit Processor

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Technology has changed the world. Now world is a racing track and every technology try to wins the race. Similarly in the world of mobile phones Apple introduced its new Apple’s 64-bit A7 processor which is two time more faster than its previous A6. Apple launched this amazing phone in the last week, which is the first smartphone to come with 64-bit processing. In response to that, Samsung has announced that its next smartphone will also include a 64-bit processor.

Samsungs mobile business cheif Shin Jong-kyun told to Korea times that “Not in the shortest time. But yes, our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing “. Shin has also said that Apple intends to boost its mobile business in China and Japan and we are also trying to expand our smartphone business into these two markets.

Samsung Next Smartphones 64-bit Processor

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The biggest benefit of a 64-bit architecture is the capability to use 4 GB or more of RAM, and currently no ARM-based smartphone comes close to that.Even Samsung’s own Galaxy Note III, which has 3 GB of RAM. But still Shin Jong-kyun said that it will happen “not in the shortest time”. Now Days British chip designer ARM may prove the biggest beneficiary. But now Smart-device makers are able to offer 64-bit technology because they have licensed the firm’s ARMv8 architecture, which it first announced in 2011.

64-bit processors leads to the competition between smartphone manufacturers, but without  utilize the full amount of RAM, it might just be another meaningless trend on hardware.It is still a hot topic in mobile world that weather 64-bit processing is really needed in smartphones.This new technology has a benifit that it provide 4GB of RAM.

As Apple has it in their iPhone, that is completely unsurprising and now Samsung also going to introduce 64-bit in its next device. So it is expected we will see Galaxy S5 sporting 64-bit processor.

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