Posted by Abhijeet M. 3 weeks ago

Samsung SM-G530F could feature a 64-bit Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 61x processor


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64-bit phones are getting nearer and nearer to becoming a reality in the Android world, and numerous leaks have indicated that Samsung intends to be among the first to launch a device powered by a 64-bit processor. The SM-G530 was glimpsed in benchmarks earlier this year and was confirmed to be a 64-bit device, and now, the device has shown up on Samsung’s mobile site and its UAProf (user agent profile) has revealed an interesting detail – the SM-G530 will be powered by Snapdragon’s upcoming 61x range of processors, which consist of Cortex-A53 ARMv8 cores rather than the standard Cortex-A7 cores we’ve seen on mid-range mobile CPUs until now.

Cortex-A53 cores are designed to be around 50 percent faster and more power efficient than Cortex-A7 CPUs, which means we can expect mid-range devices powered by these chips to offer better performance without sacrificing battery life. As always, there’s no telling when the SM-G530 and other 64-bit phones will go official, though that will likely happen only after Android L gets officially released and brings support for 64-bit processing to Google’s world dominating mobile operating system.

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2 comments on “Samsung SM-G530F could feature a 64-bit Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 61x processor

  1. NoteLove 3 weeks ago said:

    More Note 4 exclusives plz. Need to leave my iPhone 5s for this beast. Get on to your sources to confirm if aluminium. Some more pictures if possible. Don’t want to be forced it to buying the iphone 6 if design and material are not different to past Note devices.

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  2. NoteLove 3 weeks ago said:

    More Note 4 exclusives plz. Need to leave my iPhone 5s for this beast. Get on to your sources to confirm if aluminium. Some more pictures if possible. Don’t want to be forced it to buying the iphone 6 if design and material are not different to past Note devices.

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