It looks like Samsung could be planning for one helluva showing during next week’s Mobile World Congress. We already expecting everything from the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the multiple Galaxy Gear wearables. Today, Samsung’s official “SamsungExynos” Twitter account made a single post teasing the next version of their in-house system-on-chip dubbed Exynos Infinity. They didn’t provide any details, only mentioning that they’d be showing it off in Barcelona (MWC 2014).
Some are speculating that this could be Samsung’s oft rumored 64-bit quad-core mobile processor — the very same one that seems to have made an appearance in a Linux kernel patch. Dubbed the “Samsung GH7,” the SoC is reportedly based on ARMv8-A 64-bit architecture. Coincidence? Maybe. But we can’t let Apple have all the fun, now can we? Stay tuned…
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