Anonymous, 20 Jun 2014Isn't 805 still 32bit? I'm kinda waiting for 810 to make it's presence before i upgrade for mo... moreYes 805 is 33 bit but the 64bit Exynos will be mostly running the 32 bit version of android initially in the compatibility sub-mod. The 64 bit mod being the long mode.
The Exynos chip 'might' get the 64bit Android version when Google officially releases 64 bit version.
Finally after 1 - 1.5 years someone actually started using the mali-t7xx series. So we know this will be an absolute beast...
Just dont know what should we use this amount of power for.
Why Samsung make it 4gb RAM 5.9 inch 4500mAh 64 gb HDD 64 bit 8 core monster
This time around the Exynos Chipset is going to beat the crap out of the Snapdragon. Prepare yourself Qualcomm.
Blizzard Stone, 20 Jun 2014Note will be the beast this time..64 bit omg..Isn't 805 still 32bit? I'm kinda waiting for 810 to make it's presence before i upgrade for more satisfaction.
I own galaxy note 3 and note 4 vl b my next device.. the best of smartphone by the worlds best smartphone manufacturer..
The specs looks to outperform anything that s released till now and im damn sure sammy vl make it a point to c note 4 vl stay on top until note 5..
So hyped for the note 4. I really hope it'll meet expectations because the note 3 surely blasted all of them when it came out.
Why the heck do they make faster processors after another? Phones don't need that much power in them. Nobody will play console games in their phones and hack into Nasa security to need the power in their phones. seriously even snapdragon 400 runs almost everyhing play store has to offer. Snapdragon 600 runs everything in play store with no problem at all. Snapdragon 800 runs all apps blazing fast even in future. Snapdragon 800 could play 2 or 3 highest end games Android has. Seriously just optimize the Os better, no need for extra power.
android already supports 64 bit guys,only need 64bit cpus to come out.
Gaja93, 20 Jun 2014So the Exynos version is gonna come with 64-bit Android or what?did u really read the article?..its the CPU of course.. is there an IOS 64 bit?none right?..realease this thing now so that flagship devices depreciate immediately..hehehe