AnonD-167648, 14 Oct 2013Definitely false. The next node is 20nm for 2014. There's NO WAY Samsung skipped 2 nodes. 14nm... morewww.sammobile.com/2013/10/14/samsung-galaxy-s5-to-be-powered-by-14nm-exynos-6-processor-with-64-bit-support/
Sammy please upgrade the external design of the S5 phone to a business phone. Make it high end phone! please.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2013Yay! You guys shared the article I linked you guys.so u feel like a hero now?
AnonD-19153, 14 Oct 2013This is the real innovation that the battery life needs I agree! It would still be nice to have a nice sized battery, too. :)
Samsung, Samsung, Samsung….. they can only show how many cores they can pack etc….. useless in real world………. hopefully they will focus more on design this time as phones these days are part of the fashion so another "high-end" ugly plasting brick is not an option this time if they want to stay relevant in this class……. phone really needs 1/3rd of the power (S4 for example) if hardware and software is properly optimized….. This is a phone for god sake not a desktop class computer running Logic Pro (for example)!!!!! So Samsung! You either work on optimization and GOOD design this time or go home!!!
Definitely false. The next node is 20nm for 2014. There's NO WAY Samsung skipped 2 nodes. 14nm is coming in 2015 (which is early, thanks to the move to FinFET).
AnonD-77443, 14 Oct 2013You clown. 64 bit is a natural progression just as quad core will be for apple.Don't feed the sheep or he'll shat on your loan with skittles and stuff
yes yes we know...and when finally it comes out they will tell us that 70% percent of the production will use snapdragon chipsets finally and only the 30% will use the exynos
z, 14 Oct 2013keep copying samesung. You clown. 64 bit is a natural progression just as quad core will be for apple.
its looking awsm,
samsung looks 2 much smarter than any others,