ARCore v1.5 adds support for OnePlus 6T, ROG Phone, Razer …

Google’s ARCore group customarily rolled out a new refurbish that appears to move a protracted existence horizon to several some-more phones and tablets. Some prohibited new (and upcoming) inclination are on a list, like a Galaxy Note9, OnePlus 6T, and ROG Phone. These are also assimilated by some comparison models like a Sony Xperia X.


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Newly upheld devices

This list is gathered from a device profiles enclosed within a ARCore APK. Those profiles are given a codename compared with a device, though some of a names are still unknown, customarily since they go to now unreleased hardware. As a result, some entries in a list are noted as different or rumored formed on whatever information is available.

Keep in mind that a participation of a profiles doesn’t automatically meant device support is entirely operational, though it’s a flattering good indicator. If we have one of these devices, we should be means to implement ARCore from a Play Store, though be wakeful that it has been famous to take anywhere from a few hours to a few days before a Play Store enables entrance for newly upheld devices. Alternatively, we can download a refurbish from APK Mirror if we would like to sideload it.

  • ASUS
    • ROG Phone [ASUS_Z01QD_1]
  • Huawei
    • P20 Lite [HWANE]
    • Mate 10 Pro [HWBLA]
    • unknown [HWJKM-H]
    • unknown [HWLYA]
  • Nokia
    • Phoenix [PNX_sprout]
      * This is rumored, though name is unconfirmed
    • Nokia 9 [AOP_sprout]
      * This is rumored, though name is unconfirmed
  • OnePlus
    • One Plus 6T [OnePlus6T]
  • Razer
    • Razer Phone [cheryl]
  • Samsung
    • Galaxy Note9 [SCV40, SCV40_jp_kdi, SC-01L]
    • Galaxy Tab S3 [gts3llte, gts3lltechn, gts3lltekx, gts3llteusc, gts3lltevzw, gts3lwifi, gts3lwifichn]
    • Galaxy J5 [j5y17lte, j5y17ltektt, j5y17ltelgt, j5y17lteskt]
    • Galaxy J5 Pro [j5y17ltedx, j5y17ltextc]
    • Galaxy J7 [j7y17lte]
    • Galaxy J7 (2017) [j7y17ltektt]
  • Sony
    • Xperia X [suzu, F5121, F5122]
  • Vivo
    • V1809A [PD1809]
    • vivo NEX B [PD1806B]
      * There is a NEX A codenamed PD1806, though it’s misleading if this is same device with a various name or a new model
    • vivo X21i [k71v1_64_bsp]
  • unknown
    • CTL_sprout
      * fixing settlement matches Nokia phones, though we didn’t find anything imitative acknowledgment of a name


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