A new rumor has been circulating around the web recently calming that Samsung is currently prepping a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 version of their Galaxy Note 4 flagship.
Currently, the Galaxy Note 4 is being powered by 2 different chipsets – Exynos 7 Octa as well as Snapdragon 805, but both of them runs on a 32-bit architecture which isn’t optimized for devices running on the latest Android Lollipop. This may be the reason that push the Korean manufacturer to upgrade their current Galaxy Note 4 lineups to Snapdragon 810 instead.
We’re not sure how true this is, but sources have confirmed that the Snapdragon 810 variant is already being tested by all the major carriers in South Korea. Of course, this will be a perfect Christmas gift this year so let’s see if we’re able to grab it by the end of 2014!