Everyone seems to be jumping on the 64bit bandwagon these days. Apple started the 64bit race with the introduction of Iphone 5S last year. Now major processor manufacturers Samsung, Qualcomm and MediaTek are rushing towards the 64bit era. As you probably know by now, Huawei makes their own processors under the HiSilicon brand name and until now we didn’t had any information about Huawei’s plans regarding the 64bit processors.
HiSilicon’s first notable processor K3V2 wasn’t too good when it comes to power consumption and heating issues. But the newest processors on HiSilicon line up like the Kirin 925 found on Ascend Mate 7 competes with the Qualcomm’s top of the range Snapdragon 801 and 805 processors.
Today, Huawei published a teaser image on weibo Chinese social network showing 2 walnuts forming the number 8 and on the top right corner they have wrote the number 64. You can see the image below