Recently you might have heard of 64-bit smartphones and the fact that Android L now supports 64-bit architecture. For those not familiar with the term and don’t know what 64-bit is, we are going to take a look at why you should care and why there is such a huge difference between a 64 bit and non 64 bit smartphone.
64-Bit is the size of the data types that it handles and the size of its registry, the bigger the more data types it can handle. Currently all Android smartphones are 32-bit while Apple’s iPhone 5S is already 64-bit. 64 Bit can access over four billion times as much physical memory than a 32-bit processor