Google racing to compete with Apple, plans 64-bit Android operating system
Google announced its intention to jump from 32-bit to 64-bit in its conference for developers in June.
It is expected to released its first physical product based on 64-bits (a new Nexus phone) in a few weeks.
There are several advantages to using a 64-bit processor in a product:
• It’s faster
• It includes more “registers” (an internal fast storage location where information can be kept while it is being worked on) so the information can be processed even faster
• It can manage more RAM memory, allowing for bigger, more complex software
Competition is alive and well in the technology industry. Consumers will benefit from these innovations.
If you would like to know more about the upcoming upgrade, check out this article: Google releases tool for developers to test 64-bit Android L apps found on : ZD Net.
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