Samsung plans to include mesh 64bit processors in the next leading phones
Chief Executive announced for the mobile sector in Samsung, Mr. JK Shin said that the company will begin using 64bit processors in the next smartphone. This probably means that the leading smart phone coming from the company in the next year, such as the Galaxy S5 will get this kind of treatment.
In fact, this announcement comes in the wake of recent news that we received from the Big Apple event, which the U.S. when the company announced that it had to include A7 processor mesh 64bit on her new flagship iPhone 5S. But it should be noted that Apple has updated iOS 7 system to support this type of processors, but the Android system still does not support this type of processors.
64bit processors need to random memory size of 4GB or more, and there is a chance that Google supports 64Bit processors and large random memories in the new version of the Android system, known as KitKat. The mention of this, there is a high probability that supports Galaxy S5-sized 4GB of RAM as Galaxy Note 3 already supports random memory size of 3GB.