Earlier this month at the IFA 2014 Berlin expo, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge both hosting some very premium specs on-board. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which comes with Samsung’s own Exynos 5433 chipset, however the company has not been much vocal about the baked silicon and has just said the device to be having a 1.9GHz octa-core processor. Well, its good news for all the Samsung fans as the source code for the device reveals that the Exynos 5433 chipset comes with a 64-bit ARM architecture having the Cortex A-57/53 configuration.
This makes the Galaxy Note 4 as the first Android handset to have a 64-bit chipset on paper. However looking to its GPU, it is the ARM’s latest Mali T760 clocked at whopping 700MHz that would certainly contribute towards higher and uninterrupted performance of the Galaxy Note 4.
Well, for the moment Samsung might be keeping itself from advertising its 64-bit chipset is because Android L is about to arrive an its believed that after the introduction of Material Design, there would be apps that would truly be able to unlock the potential of 64-bit architecture. Just getting revised with the specs, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with a 5.7inch QHD display powered with a 1.9GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, 16MP primary camera and much more.