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64-bit era has started in mobile computing

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Intel has announced at Intel investor event that it will bring 64-bit computing over to Android, and they showed off a demo of “the first ever showing of a 64-bit kernel running on Bay Trail with Android.”

They said that they will bring 64-bit Bay Trail Atom to windows running devices in Q1 next year, and after that they will work to bring it to Android devices, so prediction is that it will be as early as the first half of next year.

And it is good to know that this era of 64-bit mobile devices has already been started, with iPhone 5S being the first device to run it with its A7 processor, and Samsung is promising to bring this technology in their new Galaxy S5 next year, and news of Nvidia and Qualcomm also working on 64-bit endeavors.

So what difference will 64-bit mobile devices bring compared to the old 32 – bit ones? This will be our next article subject, so stay tuned.

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