Apple is already leading the way with their 64-bit A7 chipset for the iPad and iPhone, and it seems as though Android may be doing the same thing soon as well, with rumours suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature a 64-bit processor, the Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich has today confirmed that they are working on 64-bit chips for Android, with plans to release the chips after their Bay Trail 64-bit chips has been released for Windows 8.1 devices early next year.

He also mentioned that the Bay Trail chips are already 64-bit processing capable, so any device running on one could be upgraded with a simple software update.

The new chips will also support more than 4GB of RAM, with support for UHD video and better GPUs.

Via: PC World

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