Apple’s new 64-bit iPhone is not yet officially available as there are a few days remaining in its launch but it has not prevented Samsung from saying that their next smartphones range will also claim 64-bit processors, despite the fact that, the Android OS used in all Samsung Galaxy Range of phones, phablets and tablets, does not support 64-bit processors and applications as well.
While giving an interview with the Korea Times, Samsung’s mobile business chief Mr Shin Jong-Kyun claimed that the mobile phone firm’s upcoming smartphones and possibly tablets as well, will be more efficient and fast. “Not in the shortest time. But yes, our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing functionality,” Shin said.
You may think that what’s big in the 64-bit processors and applications? The si,ple answer to that question is the computing performance. Each new Windows and Mac PCs use the 64-bit architecture as heavy video and sound editing, All time demanded 3D graphics packages and software applications such as Photoshop or Final Cut Pro demands too much space from RAM in order to run smoothly and efficiently. Adding a 64-bit processor will allow devices to access and use a bigger amount of RAM (4GB and upwards) whereas a 32-bit processor (which is so far normal in smartphones) can only access up to 4GB RAM.
More Ram space means being able not only to open and use existing apps much quickly, But it will eventually allow the smartphone and tablets to do heavy work that we currently associate with computers, things like processing the videos, rendering images, or computer aided design. Even the true CGI effects could be possible. But of course, bigger, more powerful chips are currently the domain of the desktop PC for a very good reason; they chew through electricity in the same way that they do RAM.
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