According to reports and recently posted itemizations, it has been revealed that Samsung will officially release the Galaxy S5 featuring a 64-bit Exynos processor. This upcoming arrival will be regarded as the initial attempt by Samsung to enter into the foray of Exynos 6 series of chipsets. Based on reports by Korean media, it is understood that Samsung will be powered by a 64-bit processor and will come with 4GB of RAM. This will be advantageous for optimal utilization of 64-bit processing support.
As seen previously, Samsung has already introduced 3GB of RAM in the Galaxy Note 3. Probably the next step focusses on implementing superior dominance over the others in terms of high end specs. Enter the concept of 4GB of RAM. Accomplishing such a deed would be advantageous in the manner that it would assist in the progress towards improving the multitasking experience on the particular handset. This will help in eliminating the extra elements from Touchwiz and other add on features which keep running in the background tasks. Additional RAM will help a large way in improving the performance as well as enriching the productivity levels associated with the device.