We all know that Apple’s iPhone 5s was the world’s first smartphone to launch with a 64-bit processor, but who says anything about being the last too? That’s certainly not the case and it actually seems that the Samsung’s mobile business chief JK Shin has just confirmed the fact that Samsung has the intention to release a new smartphone having this feature. Besides that, Galaxy S5 is announced as well as Samsung’s next flagship handset, so we see it as being the ideal choice for the 64-bit processing technology. And its list of specs has much more temptations than this one that we have just told you about, including a sturdy design, an improved camera and power, also matching our expectations when it comes to the OS.
To be more specific, Galaxy S5 will come in an attractive aluminum chassis and if we take in consideration the latest rumors, it will be water and dust resistant as well, so if that’s true, there is nothing to complain about. Even more, it will ship with Android 4.4 KitKat, so you’ll enjoy several improvements such as Emoji support, faster multitasking than you are used too, built-in printing, a streamlined contacts app and more.
Its 16-MP Camera is promising as well, taking in consideration the fact that it will come with ISOCELL technology which is ideal when it comes to low-light photography and color reproduction. Although you might be excited about all these new technical specs, you’ll have to wait a while as long as we are talking about a January or February release.
And it seems that Galaxy S5 is not the only one which will benefit from the 64-bit processor treatment. It is more than likely to find as well on Galaxy Note 4, according to our source, so we’ll come back with more details on this topic for those eager to experience this latest 64-bit processing technology.