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Samsung Smartphones To Soon Have 64-bit

Samsung has reportedly confirmed that its next range of smartphone would feature 64-bit processors.

This comes amidst Apple’s release of its next iPhones featuring A7, 64-bit processors, claimed to offer ‘desktop-class architecture’.

However, the Android operating system, on which the Samsung gadgets work, would require to be updated before the devices could be compatible to the 64-bit shift.

According to BBC, experts believe that most apps are unlikely to benefit immediately from the shift from 32-bit technology and could lead to compatibility problems in the future including more battery consumption.

The report said that operating systems written for 32-bit chips can only access up to 4GB of RAM, but those written for 64-bit processors can, in theory, support up to 16 billion gigabytes of RAM.

Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 3 handset would come with 3GB of RAM and also feature a bigger-than-normal 3,200 mAh battery.

Stephen Lum from Visual Candy Apps welcomed the shift and said that though many apps won’t be able to take advantage of 64-bit initially but the beauty of what Apple did is that they said it takes an iOS developer, like him, two hours to convert to 64-bit, which is amazing.

Chris Green from the Davies Murphy Group consultancy, said that when app makers do decide to transition to fully 64-bit, it will create a divide in the market, like seen in the Windows world when software makers moved from 32-bit to purely 64-bit, the report added.


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Posted by on September 16, 2013 in Uncategorized


Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 P3100 Review

Key Features:-

* 7-inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
* Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
* 0.3 MP Secondary Camera
* Wi-Fi Enabled
* Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS
* 1 GHz Dual Core Processor
* 3 MP Primary Camera
* HD Recording

Samsung mobiles have always brought out quality handsets and tablets that cater to individual needs based on a large demographic. Tablets are an intermediary between netbooks and smart phones. They have the specifications that are similar to phones, like phone operating systems (Android v4 ICS or Jelly Bean), hardware specs like screen technology, primary and secondary camera, Wi-Fi and Data, Video Recording capability and many other features common to smart phones.

The Samsung Tab2 P3100 belongs to the iconic Galaxy Tab series of phone tablets with a wide screen area for multimedia and touch sensitive applications, powerful 1 GHz dual core processor, PowerVR SGX540 graphics chip for gaming purposes and 2G/3G compatibility. The Samsung Tab2 P3100 comes with a charger, conversion plug to shift between your laptop, computer or electrical outlet, a data cable, high quality audio headset, proximity sensors and various other provisions for safely operating the tablet. The Samsung Tab2 P3100 runs on the latest version of Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

In terms of User Interface overlays, Samsung has come far with the famous TouchWiz UX interface. The movements and phone functions are very fluid and without lag using this interface and also makes the phone perform better. The Samsung Tab2 P3100 comes with an Accelerometer, Digital Compass, Gyro Sensor, Light and proximity sensor. All the sensors together enable the tablet to perform at peak conditions. The in-built 1 GB RAM gives the device enough free memory to run multiple tasks at the same time.

The Samsung Tab2 P3100 comes with an in-built memory of 16 GB. This memory can further be expanded to another 32 GB by using a microSD memory card. This gives the device a lot more memory in total and you can use this extra memory to store all your favorite videos and music files. The 7 inch TFT Capacitive touch screen has a resolution of 1024 X 600 pixels which make images and high quality videos stand out in vivid clarity. The screen is capable of 16 M colors. The PLS screen also makes the photos taken with the 3 MP camera look bright and vivid, with good contrast levels. The front facing 0.3 megapixel camera is good enough for video conferencing.

the 4000 mAh Li-Ion battery keeps the device powered for over 20 hours on 3G and 30 hours on 2G networks. The Samsung Tab2 P3100 comes with a standby time of around 800 hours. The device has 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, and also supports 21 Mbps HSDPA and HSUPA connections. Gprs and Edge are also supported. The in-built android browser is ideal for browsing the internet. The primary camera is capable of Full HD video recording and playback. The A-GPS works well in conjunction with the Google Maps installed. The USB 2.0 port is fast enough for rapid data transfers.


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Posted by on July 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

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