Samsung will introduce a new generation Exynos processor at CES 2014




Samsung will introduce a new generation Exynos processor at CES 2014

A few months ago, Apple announced the smartphone iPhone 5s and again surprised everyone. Not the device’s design – it has remained the same brickwork . The bottom line is that the iPhone 5s became the first smartphone on the market, running on 64-bit processor. It was not long since, and companies such as Samsung, have announced that they are also working on a 64-bit chipset .

Thanks to a posting on the official website of Samsung Exynos in the “Twitter” poster, we now have the opportunity to assume that this chipset will be officially unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show CES 2014, which will open its doors on January 7 next year.

Posted poster contains no information about what CPU we will show at the exhibition, and only said: “Soar higher in 2014.” Perhaps it will be the same 64-bit processor, which plans to develop Samsung reported earlier, maybe all this is due to a truly eight-processor technology-enabled Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) for Exynos 5 Octa, of which Samsung has reported several months ago.

Here we should mention that the processor Samsung Exynos 5 Octa already has the support of technology HMP, which activate possible thanks to software updates.

From the words of the portal SamMobile, processor Exynos 5 Octa (or Exynos 5410), used in the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S4, deprived of such support both software and hardware levels, but the SoC is based on the last working party fableta Galaxy Note 3 provides such support already at the hardware level. To activate it requires special software update. However, no one can argue that the company is an update release. At least, no official announcement from Samsung about this is not followed.

It remains to wait for the CES 2014 – there and see.
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