1. etdoner's Avatar
    Hi all.

    I have the Exynos variant and I read something about it being an 64 bit chip contrary to 32 bit snapdragon variant.

    Is this true that exynos is 64 bit and what does it provide actually because even though the benchmarks are higher, people are saying that snapdragon is a better processor.

    I know that kitkat does not support 64 bit, do you think there will be a performance increase with 5.0, should I expect wonders?

    Is there any comparable phone on the market that has both android 5.0 and a 64 bit processor?

    Have a good day.
    11-17-2014 01:20 AM
  2. jpr's Avatar
    Currently the 64-bit is disabled. We don't know if Samsung will enable it or not with Android 5.0.
    11-17-2014 01:39 AM

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