Samsung Galaxy A5 gets benchmarked, reveals support for 64-bit processing

The Samsung Galaxy A5 is the mid-range model of the manufacturer's new series. The device was put through the GFX Benchmark test, which revealed some different specs for the handset compared to previous leaks. Instead of sporting a 5 inch screen as earlier reports suggested, the GFX Benchmark test reveals that the Galaxy A5 (SM-A500) has a 4.8 inch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280.

Another change can be found under the hood. Instead of the Snapdragon 400 powering the device as originally thought, the Samsung Galaxy A5 will feature a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410. What's the difference you ask? The Snapdragon 410 supports 64-bit processing. The test also reveals that the Adreno 306 GPU will handle graphics. Android 4.4.4 is pre-installed, and the back and front facing cameras weigh in at 13MP and 5MP, respectively.

2GB of RAM is aboard and native storage is no higher than 16GB. A 2300mAh battery will be keeping the lights on. Earlier today, new images of both the Samsung Galaxy A5 and Samsung Galaxy A3 leaked.

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source: GFXBench via Mobifo (translated)

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