Google adds 41 new models to its ARCore certification list – see FULL list

Google ARCore certification list is updated from time to time as more devices meet its standards. Google has the standard so that all compatible smartphones can deliver a decent AR experience. Before inclusion in the ARCore certification list, Google tests for the motion sensor, camera quality and design architecture. Furthermore, Google ensures that the device comes with a strong processor that will ensure top performance and real-time calculations. In general, Google will add newly listed Android devices to the ARCore certification list if they meet its standards.

ARCore certification list new members

Recently, Google has added 41 new Android devices to the certification list, including Xiaomi, Redmi, Oppo, Vivo, Sony, OnePlus and other brands of new smartphones. The full list of the new smartphones on ARCore certification list is listed below 

  • Xiaomi 12
  • Xiaomi 12 Pro
  • Redmi K40S
  • Redmi K50
  • Redmi-Note 11
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro+
  • F21 Pro
  • Find X5
  • -Reno 7A
  • Reno 5G
  • OnePlus 10 Pro 5G
  • OnePlus 10R 5G
  • OnePlus-Nord CE 2
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite
  • Moto G 5G (2022)
  • Moto G Stylus (2022)
  • Moto-G Stylus 5G (2022)
  • Moto G31
  • Moto G52
  • Moto-G82 5G
  • Moto Edge Plus (2022)
  • Moto Edge 30
  • Infinix Mobile Note 12
  • Infinix Mobile Note 12 VIP
  • Kyocera Android One S9
  • Kyocera DIGNO SANGA Edition
  • Realme GT Master Explorer Edition
  • Realme 9 5G
  • Realme-9 Pro 5G
  • Realme 9 Pro+
  • Sharp AQUOS R7
  • Sony Xperia Ace III
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV
  • Sony-Xperia 10 IV
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5G
  • X80
  • X80 Pro
  • Zebra TC53 WLAN Touch Computer
  • Zebra TC58 WLAN Touch Computer

The Google ARCore certification list is also considered an exposure channel because it sometimes lists some unreleased devices. The above 41 models are officially certified by Google, which means that the device has passed tests in many different areas, such as camera quality and motion sensor accuracy. The ARCore SDK allows phones to use their processors, motion sensors, light sensors, and cameras to place virtual objects in mixed reality environments.

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