Tomorrow we have something new and exciting to show you. Stay tuned! #ExynosTomorrow pic.twitter.com/v5MKk5rhct
— SamsungExynos (@SamsungExynos) July 9, 2014
As you may already know , Samsung fabricates their own mobile processors for their smartphones and tablets under the name "Exynos" after many years , the Exynos lineup is mostly used by Samsung for their Asia/Europe 3G models while they use the un-official industry standard Qualcomm Snapdragon processors for 4G versions . After unveiling their Dual-Quad (aka Octa core) Exynos 54xx series , the company is now ready to unveil its successor in the form of a "Octa core" Exynos 5433 , which is said to be the first Exynos processor series to join the 64Bit ARM club.
64Bit processors on mobile devices are not new , Intel has been working with their Intel Atom mobile processors for many years now , and last year Apple jump-started the 64bit processor race with the iPhone 5S and the new iPad's . Qualcomm also unveiled their Snapdragon 610 quad core processor and is said to unveil their Snapdragon 810 by the end of the year . The Nvidia Tegra K1 , which uses two 64Bit Denver cores are also said to be available by the end of the year so it would be a bit late for the party if Samsung delays their own intentions . The said Exynos 5433 processor is said to be available in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone , and Samsung also expects to compete in the LTE field by employing Intel's XMM7260 Cat 6 4G modem . The processor will be designed in the 4+4 platform with (possibly 4 Cortex A53 cores in the first cluster for low power tasks and 4 Cortex A57 cores for the high power cluster ) Further details about the processor is uncertain , but details will surely leak out before tomorrow's event thanks to the prying eyes of leakers , so stay tuned .
Written by Rakitha for MasHD
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