Samsung’s Exynos 5433 SoC, found in some versions of the Galaxy Note 4, has been identified as a 64-bit big.LITTLE chipset with Cortex A57 and A53 processors, Mali T760 GPU on Samsung’s new 20nm process. A 64-bit SoC, so why is Note 4 only 32-bit?
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Samsung and ARM are continuing to underline the Heterogeneous Multi Processing (HMP) capabilities of the Exynos 5420 processor by releasing a set of videos which show how the different cores are used under different workload scenarios.
Samsung has officially confirmed that the Exynos Octa 5420 used in the Galaxy Note 3 supports heterogeneous multi-processing (HMP). This means that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be the first true eight core device available to the general public.
Direct observations and code found in the firmware of the Galaxy S4 suggest that the phone’s GPU is only set to run at maximum clock speeds during benchmarking.
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The Samsung Galaxy S4 unlocked international version, featuring an octa-core Exynos 5 Octa CPU is currently available on eBay, as long as the seller’s stock lasts.
We’ve known for a while America is to get the Galaxy S4 by the end of the month, as are many European countries, including the UK. What we didn’t know is that the 5-incher will hit the ground running in India too before May.
A new Galaxy S4 root method is available, and this time around it’s apparently working, at least on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (GT-I9505) version.
The South Korean Galaxy S4 appears to have hit the FCC as the SHV-E300S/K, sporting multi-band LTE and a 1.8GHz processor that’s believed to be an Exynos 5 Octa.