Samsung Galaxy S5 To Come With 64-Bit Processor?

By Vivek

    Samsung has been occupying the headlines from the time of the announcement of its most awaited Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear earlier this month. Now the South Korean Giant, according to Korean Times, said that it would launch their next smartphone with 64-bit CPU. This could be a move which is directly targeted to take on Apple's iPhone 5S which comes with a 64 Bit (A7) processor as well. However, iPhone 5S has already become the first handset to come with such CPU architecture.

    Samsung Galaxy S5 To Come With 64-Bit Processor?

     

    The Korean publication also revealed Samsung's interest in the Chinese smartphone market. Obviously, China being one of the worlds largest smartphone market, it is natural for Samsung to maintain its reputation and sales out there.

    Samsung Executive also reportedly said that the latest 64 Bit Architecture Chip would come "not in the shortest time," but again added, "our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing capability." More precisely, these upcoming handsets from Samsung would be using ARMv8 64-bit architecture.

    "Samsung understands that Apple intends to boost its mobile business in China, as well as in Japan, meaning that we should try harder in these countries," Samsung's mobile business chief Shin Jong-kyun reportedly said. Thus over the coming months Samsung will also figure out ways to deal with iPhone 5C in Chinese market as well.

    Apart from the 64 Bit Processing unit, Samsung is also said to come up with Tizen 3.0 OS in collaboration with Intel by the end of this year. Thus there are chances to see the next generation Samsung devices with 64 Bit Chip running on Tizen OS. However, this could be the wildest guess so far but possibilities remain open.

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