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Octa Exynos June 64 bits ready for CES 2014.
Samsung is preparing for the next generation of mobile processors. Koreans hope to present the Samsung Exynos Octa built six 64-bit architecture during the CES fair to be held in Las Vegas during early 2014.
A part of the construction using 64-bit architecture, the Koreans have a number of innovations that want to incorporate in their new SoC. The intention to present at the next CES has been confirmed via Twitter (@ SamsungExynos) Samsung officer where, as we say, it is confirmed that the new SoC will be presented at the fair.
The new 64-bit arquitecrtura used in the Samsung Exynos 6 Octa will not affect the number of nuclei present in said processor remain as eight cores with a real parallel operation. What does incorporate the new SoC from Samsung is the heterogeneous processing will use all eight cores at once with a full workload each.