according to Android Police, Google on Thursday added a few more Android phones to the list of these ARCore-enabled devices. Also known as Google Play Services for Augmented Reality, ARCore is a software development kit (SDK) that helps developers create apps featuring Augmented Reality (AR). With augmented reality, computer-generated data is placed on a feed that shows the real world. Think of how Live View of Google Maps works while you’re walking and using the feature. Giant CGI arrows appear on the display above an actual feed from your phone’s rear camera.
The most recent list of new additions to the ARCore roster was the fourth that Google has released over the past four weeks. earlier this month Google has added the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel 6a to the list. Before that, the Galaxy S23 series was included. Today’s list adds six Motorola phones including the Razr (2022), and the flagship Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. But let’s give you the full list to take a look at:
Among the phones mentioned above, Xiaomi 12T Pro and Motorola Edge 30 Ultra are equipped with Samsung 200MP ISOCELL HP1 image sensor and both are powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. Don’t take it hard if you don’t get to know every brand represented on this list. The number of Android manufacturers is incredibly large and, dare we say, fragmented. Sharp’s AQUOS line was discontinued years ago in Japan. Tecno’s Pova line is produced in China but sold to developing markets such as India. If you want to know if your Android phone supports AR, open the Play Store and search for “Google Play Services for AR”. If the list shows that the app is available for your device, then your phone supports augmented reality.