Samsung’s next Galaxy smartphones will have 64-bit processors, J.K. Shin, head of Samsung Mobile Communications, reportedly has promised. Samsung is apparently taking its cue from Apple’s launch of the iPhone 5s, the first 64-bit-processor smartphone, earlier this week. A 64-bit processor can grab larger pieces of data and process them more quickly than 32-bit CPUs, and it is more power-efficient, noted Carl Howe, a research vice president at the Yankee Group. Apple has updated its development environment for 64-bit architectures, he noted.
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Samsung to Keep Up With the 64-Bit Joneses