All marketing gimmicks. We are just fascinated by figures. Future proof? By then we have new more capable models. Let's not fight.
Zanele, 26 Oct 2013Android runs from 1 to 3 GB of RAM but they lag & iPhone only 1 RAM and no lag at all. Do ... moreAs from what you have said i can say that dunno anything about OS and how it works...first of all any OS can run 1GB ram with 64 bit seamlessly....But if you want to take advantage of 64Gb you should run 4GB ram...second of all ios is just a launcher which can't multitask truly even ios7....ios 7 added little more functionality and you can how much ip4,4s are lagging...and so many issues like blue screen,text overlapping,wrong battery indications...and lot more....where as android has improved over years with no lag.....if you can't even take those small hiccups use stock android...it has 0 lags...and can run upto 15 apps without slowdown...i have experienced it..
Recklesslife, 26 Oct 2013Its funny that everytime Apple does something first, the rest will soon copy. If 64 bit doesn'... moreThey're rushing to get it done for the sake of having 64bit...
Even though (Currently) 64bit Architecture is redundant for what we need, maybe when we see devices with 16-32gig of memory AS standard, the hardware is already in place.
This is not so much about "need" but a stepping stone for the future...
AnonD-199384, 26 Oct 2013xperia z is the best!!
u can even watch videos(u know what i mean) in the shower. ;)you can even use it catching something you know what i mean on swimming pools
Its funny that everytime Apple does something first, the rest will soon copy. If 64 bit doesn't matter right now then why are Samsung rushing to get this done? Also android doesn't support 64bit yet so pointless until google sort that out.
Apple do something its crap and pointless
Samsung copy and do it and its wow and awesome.
Apple are leaders simple as that even if you can't see past your fanboy views.
With 64-bit I wonder if it'll be the first phone to have 4GB DRAM considering the Note 3 is already at 3GB DRAM.
All iPhone and iPad are useless with only 1GB DRAM since apps and browser tabs are lost when task switching. That means whatever work you had in progress and/or comment you were in the middle of writing will be lost.
AnonD-58567, 26 Oct 201364 bit is gimmick if it doesn't use 4gb ram or ddr4 ram.....i hope samsung will add 4 gb of ra... moreAndroid runs from 1 to 3 GB of RAM but they lag & iPhone only 1 RAM and no lag at all. Do u know why, it's your homework. iphone can run 64bit processor with 1 GB of RAM seamlessly. N.B, Android requires more whilst Apple requires less. You can't run fast when you're adiposity but you can run faster when you're thin. hope you enjoyed this analogy. I'm a PHD student in computer engineering.
gam30toronto, 25 Oct 2013Ashosib, don't even go there with your nonsense. I know Samsung can do this and that but at th... moreBro dn angry. I know samsung set are made from cheap plastic. And they dn have their own os like apple. 1st of all, samsung is not a mobile only company. They have other business too. And that is huge. Thst is why it is hard to compete with ios. But still look around, you will see even after this people are still using samsung. Their gs3 gs3 note 2 and 3 are super popular. Do you know why? Because they listen to people. They give what people wants. Thats all i care. Look at apple. They only give what they think is right. That is why, even end of 2013 they still giving us 4 inch display. I know ios is good. But now 4inch display is a little bit small for what i am paying for. Also most of the people like independence. Any file any time i can transfer without need of any transferring software. Any type of video i can watch without converting. Any file i can download whenever i want. Also dn forget android market is trying to catch appstore. Overall i can say that android and samsung is a good match. About the topic. I know 64 bit is a huge step from previous gen but my question is, does the android support 64 bit? Or we thinking about android 5.0 key lime pie?
AnonD-199384, 26 Oct 2013xperia z is the best!! u can even watch videos(u know what i mean) in the shower. ;)You can watch bold/xxx video wil masterbat***
1st of all we need to know that if Android support 64 bit or not.
Not exactly relevant in the real world (at the moment). There is far too much emphasis on so called specs that just do not deliver the great gains in software development as might be expected. What is next? Where is the real software gains in Android or elsewhere. A smooth operation system? Is that all there is? What the geeks are ranting on about as being a must have now, will be mid spec in 2 years, but still where is the software developments to take advantage of the specs. Look at the last 2 years. There has not really been anything significant. Games? Who really care. Of course Samsung is driving specs, but not real innovation (discounting bloatware). You can skip 1-2 generations of mobiles at the moment without suffering any material loss of real day to day performance, and thank you Samsung as you have driving your own prices down, so now we can buy more of the older but great mobiles.
xperia z is the best!!
u can even watch videos(u know what i mean) in the shower. ;)
mixa, 26 Oct 2013Didn't they teach you to not create overheads when you code?I guess not.... i learned it myself
AnonD-58567, 26 Oct 2013lol i'm not like those who will go and find to just answer you....so what about many who doesn... moreDidn't they teach you to not create overheads when you code?I guess not....
mixa, 26 Oct 2013So clueless. But yea, to the end user, which is like a sheep, a 64 bit coding extends only to ... morelol i'm not like those who will go and find to just answer you....so what about many who doesn't even there is something like 32 bit or 64 bit????they shoudn't use computer at all huh????
btw i'm not into this thing...i'm a web developer...and if i'm right you dunno anything about web developing...so you shoudn't use web at all
mixa, 26 Oct 2013So clueless. But yea, to the end user, which is like a sheep, a 64 bit coding extends only to ... moreyeah...i have limited knowledge about that...so can you explain me what benefit ip5s has got with 64bit with no apps supporting 64 bit architecture????
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2013What is the difference between the 32 and 64 bit ? What are the advantages of the 64 bit ? Can... moreAs of now android doesn't support 64 bit processors...but it is rumored to get 64 bit support with android 4.4....the benefits of 64 bit processors is that it'll be able run 4gm ram and ddr4 ram...and it is power efficient...but to make it power efficient both OS and apps should support 64 bit....which isn't likely goin to happen anytime soon..
AnonD-58567, 26 Oct 201364 bit is gimmick if it doesn't use 4gb ram or ddr4 ram.....i hope samsung will add 4 gb of ra... moreSo clueless. But yea, to the end user, which is like a sheep, a 64 bit coding extends only to its last important feature - addressing of over 4GB RAM....
Try to answer the following question to yourself:
Why a 32bit CPU can't execute 64bit software?!?
After you find the answer, do yourself a favor and stop using tech you don't understand at all.