Google has taken on the burden of finding solutions to issues that affect the masses for a few years now. If we talk about Android devices, ARCore is likely to be an important part of these devices, allowing users to unlock AR capabilities at their best right on their devices. As for AR, the month of March has been a busy month as it was in the process of adding some of the latest devices to support the software development platform. These latest devices included Pixel devices (the Pixel 6a and Pixel 7 series), the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, and a handful of Moto devices. Google is now progressing this further by adding up to 14 new devices to the list.
All these devices being included are being sold at midrange prices in Asian and European markets, including the Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro. There are many other important additions following this. The latest 14 devices that are being added to this list are as follows:
- Honour: Honour 70
- Infinix: Infinix MobileZero 5G 2023.
- Moto: Moto G72
- OPPO, OPPO A96 5G, and OPPO Reno7 Z 5G
- Realme: Realme GT 2 Pro, Realme GT Neo 3, Realme GT Neo 3 150W
- Sharp: Sharp Aquos Sense7, Sharp Aquos Sense7 Plus
- Vivo; Vivo I2017
- Xiaomi; Sharp Aquos Sense7; Sharp Aquos Sense7 Plus
- ZTE; ZTE Nubia RedMagic 7 pro
You can check up on your device from the ARCore list available on the supported device page. If your device is included in this list, you can surely take advantage of AR features in your apps and games. As this process is time taking because a confirmation for every device to be eligible to match up the standards of ARCore. As for the devices like the Galaxy S23 trio, they were restricted by Google as they were unable to meet the standards of ARCore.
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