Start64!As it turns out, Samsung might not be the only mobile phone maker out there set to launch a 64-bit smartphone in the near future, as Chinese phone maker Huawei is also preparing such a device.

Start64!Ever since Apple introduced the industry's first 64-bit processor with the iPhone 5s, silicon slingers have been in a state of emergency, or that's at least what multiple accounts seem to suggest. While those initially attempted to laugh off 64-bit chips publicly, it eventually became obvious that, much like anything else in the industry, the rest must follow. You may call it herd mentality, but it probably has a lot more to do with pure business than anything else.

Start64!After Apple’s WWDC, the next big thing in tech will certainly be Google’s I/O conference, scheduled to take place on June 25-26. - The event will most likely be the platform for the unveiling of anticipated new products. We speculated a while back that this might be the perfect time for Google to roll out the Chromebook Pixel 2, but that’s just hopes and dreams at the moment.

Start64!A couple of days ago, more precisely on May 15, Neso, a chinese producer released one of the first 64-bit based Android tablet, a model named Neso N810 i7. The processor found inside this device it’s an Intel Bay Trail Z3735E 64-bit chip built using the 22-nanometer technology clocked at 1.83 GHz.

Start64!Before the end of this year, Google and one of its hardware partners should make official a new handset in the popular series of Nexus smartphones, one that should be called Nexus 6, but a new concept device has arrived on the web with this name attached to it.

Start64!Recently, Mountain View-based Internet giant Google has been rumored to plan the release of a cheaper version of the Nexus 6 handset, which is reportedly set to land on shelves sometime towards the end of this year.

Start64!ARM tells CNET that the shift to 64-bit devices is taking place faster than expected. Part of the reason is that even 32-bit code runs faster on ARM's newest 64-bit chips.

Start64!We had heard that 64-bit processing will be finding their way into mobile devices in the future, but there did not seem much concern or a compelling need for it…that is, until Apple surprised everybody with a 64-bit processor in its new iPhone 5s this past Fall.

Start64!Yesterday, Qualcomm unveiled to the world its next-generation mobile processors in the form of Snapdragon 810 and Snapdragon 808, and the first handset expected to be powered by the silicon has allegedly emerged online.

Start64!Samsung has already established of pattern of launching its most treasured Android smartphones in February and September of each year. The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note family of smartphones are among the most popular of the South Korean handset maker.

Start64!Intel has had a very busy day in China recently, making numerous announcements during a conference there. Those announcements range from new chips to a media box, but where we come in is the Android KitKat 4.4 64 bit kernel. So let’s go ahead and take a look at everything they had to announce while in China on Wednesday.

Start64!Apple might have surprised its rivals by stuffing a 64-bit A7 chip into the Apple iPhone 5s. Right away, there was talk that next-gen Android models would also use a 64-bit architecture. But despite those lofty expectations, the word is that Samsung and other Android manufacturers have pulled back on the idea of a 64-bit mobile CPU powering Google's open source OS.

Start64!Bad news for Android users planning to purchase smartphones powered by Intel’s next-generation 64-bit Merrifield chipsets, as the company has confirmed that these SOCs will be OS-locked.

Start64!ABI Research says in a new report that Intel, Marvell, MediaTek, Qualcomm, and Nvidia all announced their first 64-bit mobile processors at Mobile World Congress this year, mainly because of Apple and its A7 chip inside the iPhone 5s.

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