64-bit processors are not very common on Android but this is about to change with the new Exynos 64-bit 5433 processor. This new processor is expected to first land on the Galaxy Note 4.
The Note 4 has been rumoured for a few days now and even AnTuTu benchmarking surfaced showing the device codenamed SM-N910S and SM-N910C. The two codenames represent two variants of the Note 4 with the first one ending with “S” indicating a Snapdragon 805 processor while the second one ending with “C” representing the powerful Exynos 5433 processor. This is the 64-bit processor.
This new processor is expected to be Octa-core with Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 processor cores that will max at 1.3 GHz. Both these are 64-bit processors that will surely take the game to a new level. For the Note 4, Samsung will combine these processors with the ARM Mali-T760 GPU ensuring you get the best graphics performance out there.
Samsung took to twitter to kind of confirm these rumours of the new Exynos processor. The announcement will be made officially today and we hope Samsung says something about the Note 4.