The latest 64-bit ARM Samsung Chipset must be better than Apple's iPhone5S. Normal things -the latest always better...
This is unarguably the stupidest thing I've read all year, there's no use for a 128 bit cpu ANYWHERE, Gaming PCs don't need super computers don't use it, biometric identification and face recognition obviously doesn't need it, why in hell would mere mobile devices and home appliances need it?
It's just idiotic, and is obviously meant to generate hype and or fool people that tech savvy or are such android fanboys that they'll rush to justify anything related to android.
AnonD-77292, 19 Nov 2013128 bit means passing Windows CPU support lol kinda funnyAnd. Still cant run world of warcraft or nfsworld on a smartphone with that bittttts lol
64 bit processor was developed because of data range issue, e.g. Unix date year 2038 limit and 4 GB RAM limit. 64 bit still doesn't have such problem. So, 128 bit is still useless.
AnonD-78079, 19 Nov 2013128-bit chips? really? what are the benefits? how much RAM are they going to shove in there? w... moreIt actually makes a lot of sense if you break with the misconception that the increase in bitness is just for the sake of having more RAM and start focusing on what people are actually trying to achieve here: merging the GPU and CPU together, not as two separate things that exist inside the same chip but actually the one and only computational unit.
You don't need more that 64bit for a CPU, but can you say that about a GPU? I'll give you an hint, GPUs have long broken the 128bit barrier.
The real question is who will achieve this first, ARM or AMD.
Samsung is a troll company, 8-Cores, 800 PPI (useless)
They don't do anything useful like battery life
Now ARM is joining the troll camp with 128-bit designs??
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2013Sometimes I really wonder if people like you are actually serious rather than trolling. Have y... moreTouchiwiz is not the heavy laggy thing people make it to be either. Just the same excuses as much as saying the same thing about Android.
AnonD-174570, 19 Nov 2013Q:Why do they need 128-bit chips inside the phone ? A: They would be running Android™ F... moreDear Sir, can you please show me how you multi task with your beloved smartphone?
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2013IPhone/ios must lag even more because it already needs 64 bit cpu!Clearly a fanboy of android i assume
64-bit is useless on iPhone 5s since it suffers too many low memory crashes with only 1GB DRAM.
I'd rather take 32-bit with 3GB DRAM or better yet 64-bit or 128-bit with 4GB+ DRAM which will come with Galaxy S5 and Note 4.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2013It's funny how they need something like this because their phones are running on android.
... moreSometimes I really wonder if people like you are actually serious rather than trolling. Have you ever used actual android on a halfway powerful device? And with Android I mean android and not bloated interfaces like touchwiz which you find on Samsung phones.
Also iOS lags as well but they're hiding it with shiny animations and still images and other tricks like only rendering what you're currently seeing in your browser or freezing apps as soon as you touch the screen. Or no actual multi tasking.
It are 2 different operating systems really. And I'd pick android with occasional noticeable lag over locked down BS iOS.
It's funny how they need something like this because their phones are running on android.
Running on Android have lag issues, they can't seem to resolve. Not Samsung but everyone in general.
More prepossessing power = faster battery drain.
It's one or the other. This is the negative side of any android phone. And even then, it will still lag. Bank on this happening.
AnonD-121494, 19 Nov 2013You people seem to expect technology to stand still for you. You probably have no idea what increasing that amount of "bits" actually does. You simply don't need 128bit processors when phones barely have 3gb of ram. 64bit supports up to 192GB of ram. Whereas 32bit only supports up to 4 so 64bit CPUs for phones will be needed soon but we're years away from needing 128bit.
64 bit by terms will be nxt level for tablets also and 128 its still debateble i guess!!
The 128bit processors are probably going to hit home appliances first. I doubt they will be used in phones, as not even 64bit is that valuable to mobile OSs right now.
You guys need to see that computing is steadily moving to become ubiquitous. Desktops will be a thing of the past before long. In 10 years, or even 5, you won't even be able to see computers because they are so tiny.