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Submitted by Gadgetgyaan 458d ago | news

New Samsung Exynos processor coming to CES 2014

Gadgetgyaan: Anyway, just a few hours ago Samsung Exynos over at Twitter have tweeted a new pic regarding their upcoming Exynos processor. So, that was the official confirmation about an Exynos processor coming to the CES 2014. (Gadgets, Samsung)

Angerfist  +   457d ago
Galaxy S5 does not get as much hype as the S4, thats probably because S3 was the best selling smartphone of all time though.
That Processor will probably be in the International Edition with a Octacore and a Qualcomm Quadcore for another Edition.
Agent_hitman  +   457d ago
Epic fail phone!.... I don't see what's the point of releasing a expensive octa-core phone, with 1 hour of battery life lol.
MajorGecko  +   457d ago
yah this better have a 4000 or 5000 Mah battery
mrbearbear  +   454d ago
With this 64 bit crap going around, it really worries me how android will turn out after its update. Sluggish os? Even more fragment?

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