Thanks. As it is expected it looks like an armv7 processor in this mode. You do net get better performance than RPi2, but you can save the external WiFi and Bluetooth sticks. To have a real 64-bit kernel will take time and to have a Raspbian repo rebuilt for 64-bit even more. Just switching to 64-bit you will not see a performance boot. So I do not see strong arguments to switch to RPi3 now.