Samsung Galaxy S5 to feature a 64-bit processor

Samsung Galaxy S5 to feature a 64-bit processor

As many of you likely know Apple this week launched their new flagship smartphone,the iPhone 5S. As the first smartphone to feature a 64-bit processor it’s essentially the only smartphone right now with a desktop-class architecture. As Apple tells it, the new iPhone is 56 times faster than its predecessor.

I am sure plenty of Android fans, myself included, are jealous right now because it’s a “first” in the industry. Worry not because Samsung is already on the job.

During an interview with Korea Times, Samsung’s mobile business chief Shin Jong-Kyun said:

“Not in the shortest time. But yes, our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing functionality”.

Hopefully, we will see the Samsung Galaxy S5 with a 64-bit processor, an aluminium body and a powerful 16-MP camera. We will probably see it next year, hopefully at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona or at an Unpacked event in Spring 2014.

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Source: Korea Times

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7 Comments

  1. Ammar Malik
    September 13, 07:02 Reply

    Samsung is always on the job when it comes to copying Apple.

  2. Ryan
    September 13, 09:24 Reply

    Samsung’s perfect way to make original copy… And promote it as a grand innovation…

  3. Marti
    September 13, 19:47 Reply

    Sam needs to be put it’s head down and become the leader rather than a close follower.

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