However he said we shouldn't expect this to appear too soon, which figures as we probably won't see the Samsung Galaxy S5 until next March and the
Apple shot first with 64-bit on Tuesday, with the iPhone 5S A7 chip marking the world's first smartphone with such a processor.
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Samsung's also not convinced that Apple can go big in China (namely in the iPhone 5C), adding that it's unlikely Cupertino will threaten its 20 percent market share in the country.
"Apple believes that it can boost its market share in China thanks to stronger brand awareness," said an unnamed Samsung exec. "However, with better pricing, a diversified product lineup and solid partnerships with local channels, Samsung plans to keep its current momentum in China.
"We have no reason to allow Apple to steal market share from us."