Exynos will never make it stateside, due to the lack of LTE support. These are unfortunate facts. I think they aren't legally allowed to without buying into several patents and whatnot.qualcomms 64 bit snapdragon 810 won't be available to buy in consumer devices till 2015. So samsung would have to get their 64 bit exynos done in time for 64 bit to happen. What i'm most likely seeing is the korean version which seems to favor the exynos chips will be 64 bit possibly while the snapdragon version the US seems to always get will be the 805 which is 32 bit. That's what they mean by some 32 bit and some 64 bit.
do you even know what is 64bit?What's wrong with Qualcomm? They should've had 64-bit snapdragons out last year. Where the "market" is at, is when you have an iPhone or an Android phone that "looks" better but people don't really understand why. They just blindly believe what they read. Get with the times! But anyway, we NEED a 64-bit Android phone to take the next leap into the future of technology.
They both had curved displays. The Galaxy Nexus was basically a Nexus S with a 1.2ghz dual core cpu (vs single 1ghz), 1gb ram (vs 512mb) and a 720p (vs wvga) screen.Small correction. It wasn't the Nexus S that had the contour display, it was the Galaxy Nexus.
And I don't think a curved display would work on a Note product. It has the S-Pen and all the different features that entails, and writing/drawing on a curved surface would be a pain.
plus a much bigger screen (4.65 vs 4 inch, iirc). so a completely different phone then...They both had curved displays. The Galaxy Nexus was basically a Nexus S with a 1.2ghz dual core cpu (vs single 1ghz), 1gb ram (vs 512mb) and a 720p (vs wvga) screen.