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Samsung plans to use 64-bit processors in its future smartphones
The South Korean manufacturer of mobile technology, Samsung is going even further strengthen its leading position in the smartphone market and has announced that it is going to start production of devices based on 64-bit processors. This was confirmed by the head of Samsung’s mobile business JK Shin just two days after Apple introduced its new iPhone 5S with a 64-bit processor on board.
“Not in the very near future, of course. But yes, our next smartphone will support 64-bit processor functionality “- quoted by JK Tyre is one of the most recent articles in The Korea Times.
By the way it should be noted that recently Samsung also announced that the new generation is going to release its processor Exynos 5 Octa, which will support technology Heterogeneous Multi-Processing, which will involve all eight core chip at a time. And the first devices based on them will be brand new fablet Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the updated tablet Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
The specific details of future devices based on a 64-bit processor head of mobile business is not shared, but it seems that more information we will be able to learn at the beginning of next year, when the time for the announcement of new flagships.
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