Google announced ARCore supported more 14 Android phones, including Honour 70

Google’s ARCore is a software development kit (SDK) designed to enable developers to create augmented reality (AR) applications for Android devices. AR technology merges real-world surroundings with computer-generated objects, opening up many possibilities for innovative applications.

One of the best examples of AR technology is Google Maps’ Live View, which uses CGI-generated arrows overlaid on real-time camera footage to help pedestrians navigate their surroundings. Other popular AR applications include Snapchat and Pokémon Go.

ARCore supported Android phone

In the past month, Google has added ARCore supported device to 21 Android devices, including six Motorola models. Today, the company announced that 14 more devices have received ARCore support, including the Honor 70 and the Moto G72.

ARCore supported Android Phone

The full list of newly announced ARCore supported devices includes:

  • Honor 70
  • Infinix MobileZero 5G 2023
  • Moto G72
  • Oppo A96 5G
  • Oppo Reno7 Z 5G
  • Realme GT 2 Pro
  • Realme GT Neo 3
  • Realme GT Neo 3 150W
  • Sharp AQUOS Sense7
  • Sharp AQUOS Sense7 Plus
  • Vivo I2017
  • Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
  • ZTE Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro

If you’re curious whether your Android device supports ARCore, you can check the Device list on this page.

Google follows a rigorous certification process to ensure that each device has the required camera, motion sensors, and design architecture to provide an optimal experience for AR apps.

Additionally, the ARCore supported device must have a powerful enough CPU that integrates with the hardware design for effective real-time calculations. Google works closely with manufacturers to meet these requirements, and it is constantly working to ensure ARCore integrates well with every certified model to provide good user experiences.

With ARCore, Google is providing developers with the tools they need to create innovative AR applications for Android devices. As more and more devices receive ARCore support, we can expect to see an explosion of exciting new AR apps hitting the market.

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