ARCore comes to Samsung Galaxy S21, A42 and A32, OnePlus N10, Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 10 Lite, Mi 10i, and more

Some cell phones come with ARCore under the arm at launch, others get it later. ARCore is Google’s augmented reality system, to which new models are added almost every week. In the latest update to the list of supported models, Google has added 26 models.

ARCore comes to many smartphone models

These 26 phones will be able to start using apps and websites that require ARCore, such as Google’s 3D animals, after downloading and installing ARCore from Google Play. Joining the list are eight OPPO mobiles, seven from Samsung, four from Xiaomi, and other models such as the OnePlus Nord N10.

3D animals and more, for 26 other Android mobiles

Google has updated the list of models supported by ARCore, Android’s standard augmented reality system. Added to the list are 26 new models, including everything from models that have been on the market for a while to new releases and even a couple of mobiles that have not yet been introduced.

ARCore comes to Samsung Galaxy S21, A42 and A32, OnePlus N10, Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 10 Lite, Mi 10i, and more
ARCore comes to Samsung Galaxy S21, A42 and A32, OnePlus N10, Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 10 Lite, Mi 10i, and more

Current list of phones with ARCore support

For models already on the market, this means that owners can now download and install ARCore from Google Play, whereas previously it would appear as “not supported”. ARCore goes far beyond seeing tigers or lions in your living room: It can even be used to upload photos to Google Street View or to get better integration in augmented reality games, such as Pokémon Go. These are the new supported mobiles:

It should be noted that not all cell phones that support ARCore do so in the same way. For some time now, Google has been specifying in the listing, which you can find here, which ARCore features are supported, such as the depth API, multiple GPU texture resolutions, or any other requirements.

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