Samsung’s Note 4 May Sport A 64-Bit Processor

Should we expect 4 GB of RAM to go with the same?

 

Samsung’s Exynos 5433 processor is quite a piece of kit. It literally mowed down the Snapdragon 805 in recent benchmark tests and while benchmarks may not literally translate into a smoother UI, they do give us an idea about the power of a processor. Leaked news now points out that the Samsung’s yet unannounced Exynos 5433 could be a 64-bit one.

There is no proof to verify the same, but the Korean electronics giant seems to be going all out for its upcoming flagship. Leaker @Evleaks put out a tweet pointing out that the Note 4 would come with a 64-bit processor. This makes more sense as the Google is also expected to launch handsets with 64-bit with its upcoming Silver range, so Samsung may want to future proof the Note 4 in advance.

[Also See: Samsung Set To Launch Curved Note 4 And Gear Glass At IFA]

May be we should expect 4 GB of RAM to show up in the Note 4 then. This is because Samsung was one of the first handsets last year to utilize the 3 GB of RAM, while some of this year’s flagships still fall short.

Obviously all of that 64-bit processing power which has proved itself in benchmarks won’t make sense unless Samsung revamps its heavy-weight TouchWiz UI that runs on most of its handsets available today. Samsung’s custom UI clearly needs a revamp as is so evident from the laggy performance of the GALAXY S5 (Exynos variant).


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