Google has today updated its ARCore hardware compatible list to include a bunch of new phones, including the flagships from several brands like Pixel, Moto, Lenovo, Xiaomi, etc.
The list included both smartphones and tablets, with some names that we had hardly heard of. Well, these devices can now run AR apps made on Google’s ARCore platform, which is dedicated to building such applications.
Google ARCore Compatible Devices
One of the many technologies that are popularizing this year is Augmented Reality (AR) – which combines real-world elements with computer-generated content to make the viewing experience more interactive.
Since it’s picking up, Google made a developer suite called the ARCore to make applications based on AR and be used in Android-based devices. We already have a bunch of apps like Google’s Playground AR stickers, which use the same underlying technology that can do real-time translations on our phone using its camera.
Since AR is expanding in more ways, Google, every now and then, updates a list of devices that support its ARCore platform. And the latest change includes a bunch of new devices like the following;
- Fujitsu arrows N F-51C
- Google Pixel 6a
- Google Pixel 7
- Google Pixel 7 Pro
- Infinix Mobile ZERO 20
- Infinix Mobile ZERO ULTRA
- Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen
- Lenovo Tab P11 2nd Gen
- Motorola moto g52j 5G
- Motorola edge 30 Pro
- Motorola moto tab g62
- Oppo Find X5 Pro
- Sharp Leitz Phone2
- Sony Xperia 5 IV
- Xiaomi Xiaomi 12 Lite
- Xiaomi POCO F4
- Xiaomi POCO F4 GT
- Xiaomi POCO X4 Pro 5G
- Xiaomi Redmi K50G
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 11E Pro
- Zebra ET40L 10″ Enterprise Tablet
- Zebra ET45L 10″ Enterprise Tablet
- Zebra ET40S 8″ Enterprise Tablet
- Zebra ET45S 8″ Enterprise Tablet
- ZTE Libero 5G III
The above list is surprising since Google added support for over 25 devices in one go, where it usually added a handful of them rarely. The overall list also consists of a bunch of older Samsung phones, but not the Galaxy S23 models.