gam30toronto, 25 Oct 2013I would like you list for me what MORE can an android device do that Iphones can't? At the end... moreIphone cannot even make native 3g video call and list can go on but you will never understand. honestly Symbian S40 phone has more basic features than iphone.
mixa, 25 Oct 2013Samsung are so desperate lately, pushing unfinished things, just for the show off and it ends ... moreSelling 40 million Galaxy S4 units doesn't sound desperate to me lol. No matter what happens out there and whether you like it or not Samsung is the King of Android.
I still avnt seen d use of putting more rams and higher chipset into these fones when my old 1 gig laptop performs faster and better than Samsung S4.... WHAT'S THE FREAKING USE. . I GIVE KUDOS TO APPLE FOR ACTUALLY DEVELOPING RATHER THAN MINDLESSLY RUNNING...and am not buying s5 cos Apple will just bring out another dual core dat will trash its octa core. .. AGAIN!!!
me, 25 Oct 2013"I would like you list for me what MORE can an android device do that Iphones can't?"... moreIphone cannot even make native 3g video call and list can go on but you will never understand..honestly symbian s40 has more basic features than iphone.
Really, 25 Oct 2013I see a lot of Android fanboys piping up on here about the relevance of 64bit with dual core a... morethe only reason why there is an assumption that apple's iphone 5s is as fast or possibly faster than an exynos soc with 3 gb ram is because the iOS system is a one trick pony. I mean if you packed half the features of a note 3 or even 2 on an iPhone, it'd be a total different story. Even iOS 7 has its flaws and from what I see its just a minor face lift and some extensive animations being added to the os.
gsmarena2, 25 Oct 2013if these rumors come true samsung will be made best move of recent times. Moved from 28nm to 1... more14nm?!....wishful thinking :)
First they should produced memory chips which had repeating pattern and are easier to test new lithography process.Thats even Intel hasn't doing yet.And are way ahead of TSMC and GloFo let alone Samsung.
Keep your expectation in check...otherwise you might be disappointed ;)
if these rumors come true samsung will be made best move of recent times. Moved from 28nm to 14nm is a huge jump, even Intel couldn't produce stable finfets yet and postpone to relase to 2014Q1. I hope S5 launched in January 14 and have 14nm architecture. If Intel can be release own 14nm SoCs in same time it will be amazing.
st, 25 Oct 2013Ohmy stupid comments. Samsung is the one who made the 64bit processors of Iphone 5s. Haha laug... moreyeahh they did made it for apple but apple was the first to use it so still copying!!!!!
Android aint even 64bit. So unless KitKat bring 64 bit support, a 64bit hardware is useless.
They just want to put it in their phone coz some other company especially apple did it.
Ixon2001, 25 Oct 2013It's all well & good Samsung bringing out a 64bit processor, but Android isn't 64bit, and ... moreMy friend you are wrong.Remember 10 years back when AMD introduced Athlon X64?
The (than) Windows XP worked flawlessly on it with 32bit binaries.
Even today many(or most) programs use 32bit binaries.
Thats the problem.... this new trend of 64bit OS 64bit apps is just another "marketing gimmick" to lure costumers.Win XP (2002)although desktop and x86 OS is still light years ahead of mobile OSes of today.
Its not the hardware.... its the poor Java virtual machines which is problem i.e.Android in first place.And that couldnt be solved just with more RAM more power.
Why you will want an 64bit CPU if Android dont support it, and there is not future plans for support it either
pete, 25 Oct 2013i see a LOT of apple fanboys piping up on here. just because apple did it first without steeli... moreI see a lot of Android fanboys piping up on here about the relevance of 64bit with dual core and only 1GB ram..? Have a quick look at the benchmarks. It's easy to see that Apple knows something you don't.
So a 64bit dual core phone with only 1GB ram is as fast as a quad core with 3gb ram.. If not faster.
Yeah 64bit made no difference did it. And Apple has led the way again. Don't forget this truth.