The Samsung Galaxy S5 is rumored to be the first device to use the new 64-bit Samsung Exynos 5430 processor, and according to a recent report, the handset will also come with 4GB of RAM.
The current Samsung Galaxy S4 features 2GB of RAM, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with 3GB of RAM, so a smartphone with 4GB of RAM would be the next logical step for Samsung.
The new 64-bit architecture in Samsung’s Exynos 5430 processor will allow larger RAM to be used, which would mean that the Samsung Galaxy S5 could be the first smartphone to launch with a massive 4GB of RAM.
Samsung’s new 64-bit processor is expected to provide considerable performance improvements over current processors used the the current generation devices from the company, add in 4GB of RAM, and we bet that the Galaxy S5 is going to be one of the most powerful handsets available.
Samsung just announced that they are selling more than one million mobile devices each day, the company has already sold 40 million Galaxy S4 handset since it launched in April.
Samsung are rumored to announce the new Samsung Galaxy S5 in January, we wonder if we will see the device at CES 2014, it is then expected to go on sale in February.
Source Phone Arena
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