Generally, developers or tech enthusiasts have the hunger to know detailed specifications of their devices, but, according to us, everyone should be aware of the following details of their device like:
- CPU – Its make, speed, load, etc.
- Sensors – Thermal, gyroscope, gesture, etc.
- Device information
Now, if you are just a user, you might have a question, “why do I need to know what processor is my device made of?” Well, knowing the insides of your phone is an important step to make sure you are downloading the right files. Before just blindly installing anything on your Android device, you must be sure that the processor of your Android phone is capable enough to support the new installations.
Since gathering all these info of your device on your own is a bit tricky task, there are many apps available in Google Play Store who are eligible to carry out this task on behalf of you. Some of the top-rated apps for this job are My Device, Droid info, Android system info, CPU-z, etc. In this article, we have picked up My Device to make show you in detailed process.
How to Install My Device App on Your Android phone
Step #1. Open Play Store on your Android phone and Search for My Device App.
My Device is free to download and pretty simple to use. It is packed with various functions, all you need to do is just scroll through the available options and get the detailed info you desire to know. Let’s see how to know what processor your Android has.
How to Check What Processor your Android Phone has?
Step #1. Open My Device App on your Android phone.
Android supports three main CPU architectures: ARM, ARM64, and x86.
- ARM means the devices that are running 32-bit operating system.
- ARM64 means the devices that are running 64-bit operating system.
- x86 means the devices that are powered by AMD and Intel.
Not only this, detailed info about carrier networks, battery, internal and external storage, sensors, camera, etc. are also available on My Device for you to sweep through.
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In a nutshell
My Device is an all-in-one app which can give you everything you need to know about your Android device. As mentioned before, you can also try any of the apps Droid info, Android system info, CPU-z, to get any specific information about your Android smartphone. Don’t forget to let us know which type of processor does your device use—ARM, ARM64, or x86? Drop your answer in the comment section below or on our Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.