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  1. kalinskym's Avatar
    Is the snapdragon 805 in Note 4 64 bit processor or is it just the exynos version

    Posted via the Android Central App
    09-04-2014 05:36 AM
  2. Yathani's Avatar
    I would love to know as well. There is no reason not to get the exynos since the 64bit will be supported by andriod L.

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    Note 3 SM-N9005
    09-04-2014 06:42 AM
  3. ZuperioKing's Avatar
    The Snapdragon 805 is 32 bit. It is the last 32 bit CPU manufactured by Qualcomm. The Snapdragon 808 & 810 are 64 bit and will arrive at some point next year Q2.
    09-04-2014 07:07 AM
  4. Zergslayer69's Avatar
    Based on what the responses are, the exynos 5433 is 64 bit? Not only that, even though the exynos has lower clock speeds the benchmarks show that the exynos is in the lead over the snapdragon in a bunch of tests.
    09-04-2014 07:15 AM
  5. ZuperioKing's Avatar
    Based on what the responses are, the exynos 5433 is 64 bit? Not only that, even though the exynos has lower clock speeds the benchmarks show that the exynos is in the lead over the snapdragon in a bunch of tests.
    Antutu showed better numbers on the Octo-Core Vs the Quad-Core not by much though.
    09-04-2014 07:21 AM
  6. kalinskym's Avatar
    Snapdragon 805 has more features built in doesn't it, saw a video Showcasing the features

    Posted via the Android Central App
    09-04-2014 09:35 AM
  7. Yathani's Avatar
    Based on what the responses are, the exynos 5433 is 64 bit? Not only that, even though the exynos has lower clock speeds the benchmarks show that the exynos is in the lead over the snapdragon in a bunch of tests.
    Exynos 5433-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmarked - GSMArena.com news
    09-04-2014 03:45 PM
  8. ace0187420@yahoo.com's Avatar
    Agreed it's dumb to give 2 versions when one is obviously quite a bit better and to have a 32 bit processor when the next update within the next couple months will be 64 bit.
    09-04-2014 04:03 PM
  9. ace0187420@yahoo.com's Avatar
    Talk about getting no updates they will say it can't handle the updates since it's not 64 bit.
    09-04-2014 04:05 PM
  10. Raptor007's Avatar
    Qualcomm is announcing a new 64bit processor soon but until the Android OS supports 64bit what does it matter.
    09-04-2014 06:37 PM
  11. shanghaichica's Avatar
    Virtually all of the Android phones released this year are not 64 bit, therefore they will be supported in the future. Google isn't going to abandon all of the phones released thus far this year.

    Posted from my S5
    09-04-2014 06:47 PM
  12. AdamHLG's Avatar
    You say it's dumb and it may be. However is it fair to say that maybe there are production (supply/demand) limitations or licensing limitations for specific markets or existing contracts in play in certain markets that may be driving these decisions?
    09-04-2014 06:49 PM
  13. ace0187420@yahoo.com's Avatar
    Android Os will support 64 bit within the next month or 2. And it won't be Google who doesn't support the updates it will be the phone manufacturer. And I'm guessing the big discount Qualcomm gave Samsung played the biggest part.
    09-05-2014 06:28 AM
  14. mty msi's Avatar
    I'm very disappointed the USA (Snapdragon) version isn't 64 bit with Android L just around the corner. I'm guessing the long lead time vs. the introduction timing is the reason but that doesn't explain the HTC midline model just introduced that does support 64 bit. Very disappointing for Samsung's top of the line phone to not be available with 64 bit in the US.
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    09-05-2014 09:07 AM
  15. Carrtman's Avatar
    Damn I shouldn't have watched the SD 810 videos, specs I'm still impressed with the Note 4 but boy oh boy Qualcomm is going to release an absolute beast soon.

    4k screen, 4gb + ram, 20mm that's some serious power in a phone. Hopefully Samsung releases the 64 bit CPU one here.
    09-05-2014 09:46 AM
  16. mty msi's Avatar
    I think the problem with the 64 bit Exynos chip used in the non US version is it is not compatible with 4G/LTE which is why we're getting the Snapdragon version. I'm guessing Samsung will not upgrade the US version Note 4 to the 64 bit Snapdragon chip but instead wait for the Note 5 to release it.
    Ntchwaidumela likes this.
    09-05-2014 01:03 PM
  17. Yathani's Avatar
    I think the problem with the 64 bit Exynos chip used in the non US version is it is not compatible with 4G/LTE which is why we're getting the Snapdragon version. I'm guessing Samsung will not upgrade the US version Note 4 to the 64 bit Snapdragon chip but instead wait for the Note 5 to release it.
    Or Maybe they will release Note 4 Prime with 64bit SD810 after couple months. Have you seen S5 and S5 prime ?!
    09-05-2014 03:39 PM
  18. Carrtman's Avatar
    Or Maybe they will release Note 4 Prime with 64bit SD810 after couple months. Have you seen S5 and S5 prime ?!
    Well sadly these prime devices aren't available outside of korea for whatever reason. I mean LG has the G 3 cat.6 (/beast), same goes for Samsung and their Prime modell (it has QHD, SD 805, 3 gig ..) I pretty sure we are going to see a SD 810 Note 4 in Korea soon.
    09-05-2014 03:42 PM
  19. meyerweb#CB's Avatar
    Talk about getting no updates they will say it can't handle the updates since it's not 64 bit.
    Android L runs just fine on 32 bit processors. It's ALREADY running on 32 bit processors in the Nexus 5 and 7.
    09-05-2014 11:02 PM
  20. meyerweb#CB's Avatar
    I'm very disappointed the USA (Snapdragon) version isn't 64 bit with Android L just around the corner. I'm guessing the long lead time vs. the introduction timing is the reason but that doesn't explain the HTC midline model just introduced that does support 64 bit. Very disappointing for Samsung's top of the line phone to not be available with 64 bit in the US.
    That's because the mid-line chip is already available. The 808 and 810 aren't actually shipping yet. It would be hard for Samsung to sell a phone with a chip that doesn't exist.

    Android Os will support 64 bit within the next month or 2. And it won't be Google who doesn't support the updates it will be the phone manufacturer. And I'm guessing the big discount Qualcomm gave Samsung played the biggest part.
    See above.
    09-05-2014 11:04 PM
  21. l3uddz's Avatar
    Does anyone know whether in the UK we will be getting the Exynos or the Snapdragon?

    I read a post at trustedreviews and they seem to believe the UK will be getting the Snapdragon, although I have been unable to find ANY evidence to support this.
    09-05-2014 11:41 PM
  22. ace0187420's Avatar
    Android L runs just fine on 32 bit processors. It's ALREADY running on 32 bit processors in the Nexus 5 and 7.
    The Android L*Developer Preview*will provide developers with 32-bit system images to flash on the Nexus devices, with an additional emulator for 64-bit system images.
    09-06-2014 12:10 AM
  23. shanghaichica's Avatar
    Does anyone know whether in the UK we will be getting the Exynos or the Snapdragon?

    I read a post at trustedreviews and they seem to believe the UK will be getting the Snapdragon, although I have been unable to find ANY evidence to support this.
    We always get the Snapdragon version. So I'd imagine it will be the same this time

    Posted from my S5
    09-06-2014 04:10 AM
  24. Manky Boy's Avatar
    I thought that the European version was using the exynos chip?

    http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/smart...-galaxy-note-4

    Also on many other sources. They have managed to get a cat6 lte antenna on it.

    Posted via Android Central App
    09-06-2014 04:37 AM
  25. shanghaichica's Avatar
    I thought that the European version was using the exynos chip?

    http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/smart...-galaxy-note-4

    Also on many other sources. They have managed to get a cat6 lte antenna on it.

    Posted via Android Central App
    That's interesting. For all the previous samsung flagships we've always had the Snapdragon version.

    Posted from my S5
    09-06-2014 07:48 AM
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