A long time ago that ‘ARCore’, the Augmented Reality application from Google for Android, he changed his name to ‘Services of Google Play for RA’, but still keeping its icon and its function: to enable the use of apps, Augmented Reality, built with the SDK of ARCore.
In addition to adding new features and improvements periodically, from time to time, Google adds support for more compatible devices after you create the profiles of calibration specific to them. In November, for example, gave the welcome eight new models of the Realme, OPPO and LGand now, it has done so with several terminals that have just come on the market.
25 new compatible devices
As we already know, each device has a different configuration of camera and sensor, so that it is necessary to get the correct calibration of each model for Augmented Reality features to run successfully in it. To do this, Google, in collaboration with the manufacturers of terminals, create profiles of calibration customized for each phone or tablet, and when achieved, announces its compatibility with ARCore.
In the past few months, we have attended various launches of devices, both high-end as mid-range and entry, and Google has been forced to increase your list of terminals compatible with ARCore. The last models to arrive at it are:
Kyocera Torque G04
Motorola Moto G8 Power (Moto G Power)
Motorola Moto G8 Power Lite
Sharp AQUOS sense 3 and Sharp AQUOS sense3 plus
If you want to check the full list of compatible devices with ARCore, you can do it in this link.. In the event that your phone or tablet to figure in it, you’ll be able to download the app ‘Google Services Play to RA’ and start using any application that uses the SDK of AR.
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