exlusive // first possible 64 bit (AArch64 ARMv8-A) device proof surfaces for 5 inch mid ranger SM-G530x

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Some time ago SammyToday informed about mid range device labeled SM-G530H making use of Qualcomms’ MSM8216 SoC, 5 inch qHD (540×960) display and 512 GB of RAM. The SM-G530H was also identified as a dual sim variant.

Now a Samsungs’ own UAPROF surfaced for SM-G530H (http://wap.samsungmobile.com/uaprof/SM-G530F.xml) labeling the G530H as a ARM Cortex-A53 device. ARMv8-A utilized in (ARM Cortex-A53 and ARM Cortex-A57) uses both 32 and 64 bit architecture so we are uncertain at the moment if there will be a 64bit mid ranger in both single and dual sim versions or there is a typo in curent SM-G530H SoC description.

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Additionally SM-G530F and SM-G530FQ passed FCC certifiation (doc links 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5). SM-G530x is a GSM/WCDMA/LTE device with Bluetooth, WLAN 2.4Ghz b/g/n and NFC using standard 2600 mAh battery known from GALAXY S4 (9.88 Wh /3.8 V DC) and measuring 130 x 80 mm (to compare GALAXY S5 is 142 x 72.5 mm and GALAXY Alpha 133 x 67).

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Fun fact: ARMv8-A was used in Apples’ A7 (Cyclone) SoC.

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