When Samsung introduced their new Samsung Galaxy Note A, the corporate stated there can be two variations of the system, one with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, the opposite with an eight core Samsung Exynos 5433 processor.
At the press occasion, Samsung didn’t reveal the precise specs on the Samsung Exynos 5433 processor, though now it will seem that the 5433 is a sixty four-bit processor.
This was found by the blokes over at AnandTech, who additionally identified why this wasn’t one thing Samsung marketed at their press occasion.
The huge query is why Samsung select to call this chip Exynos 5433 and never promote it as a sixty four-bit chip in a brand new product lineup? The reply might be merely that we gained’t ever see the 5433 operating in AArch64 mode. The chip’s firmware and drivers are operating on a “CAL” / Chip-Abstraction-Layer on the bottom degree of the driving force stacks. In reality, past the CPU cores (and GPU), the Exynos 5433 appears similar to the Exynos 5430 which employs A15/A7 cores.
So it appears just like the Samsung Exynos 5433 that’s used within the new Galaxy Note A is able to operating in sixty four-bit mode, though it doesn’t look it’ll, though the gadget does take benefits of a number of the enhancements that this new processor offers.