Is your brand new Android device really 64-bit?
Nowadays Android devices are mostly equipped with a 64-bit CPU. 64-bit CPUs support not only 64-bit, but also 32-bit. This gives manufacturers the option to installing a 32-bit instead of a 64-bit operating system on a device with a 64-bit CPU. The difference is not noticeable, but it has a decisive influence on whether applications with 64-bit native libraries can be executed on the device. With this little app you can check if the operating system and CPU are 64-bit.
A device with 64-bit CPU can have a 32-bit or 64-bit os installed. But only a 64-bit operating system allows to execute applications with 64-bit native libraries. If you really need to execute applications with 64-bit native libraries then you should keep an eye on the specifications when you buy a new phone.
- Download from Google Play Store
- Download from Amazon Appstore
- Download from Huawei AppGallery
- Version 1: Initial version
- Version 2: Some improvements
- Version 3: Some improvements
- Version 4: Some improvements
- Version 5: Some improvements
- Version 6: Some improvements
Categories: Android Tools