A mysterious 5” Samsung device with a 64-bit Snapdragon SoC aboard gets spotted
The SM-G530 appears to be somewhat "related" to some other 64-bit Samsung devices that we heard about over the past few months - the SM-G5308W/SM-G8508S and SM-G510F in a way. The first of its versions, the SM-G530F, one is a single-SIM one, whereas the second variation of the phone, the SM-G530H, can be fitted with two SIM cards. As per the user agent profile, a representative of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 61x family of 64-bit processors is making both versions of the mysterious Samsung SM-G530 handset click and tick at 1.2GHz. This SoC comprises of undefined number of Cortex-A53 ARMv8 cores. The Cortex-A53 is not only more powerful, it also goes easy on your battery.
The other hardware specs of the SM-G530 are underwhelming, just what one would expect from an upper entry-level or a lower-placed mid-range device. We might be dealing with a 5-inch display, the resolution of which is 540x960 pixels and some 512MB of RAM in store. The OS of choice is Android 4.4.4, and if such a device gets released, it would certainly receive the upcoming 64-bit version of Android at some point.
source: Samsung Mobile via SammyToday, SamMobile