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How to Check Android Phone’s Processor (ARM, ARM64, or x86)

Android version of the popular CPU identification tool for PC, CPU-Z is a free application that reports information about your device.

– SoC (System On Chip) name, architecture, clock speed for each core ;
– System information : device brand & model, screen resolution, RAM, storage.;
– Battery information : level, status, temperature, capacity ;
– Sensors.

Requirements :
– Android 2.2 and above (version 1.03 and +)

Permissions :
– INTERNET permission is required for the online validation (see notes below for more détails about the validation process) 
– ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE for statistics.

How to Check Android Phone’s Processor (ARM, ARM64, or x86)

Now what you need to do is simply match the information you noted earlier with the table we have provided below. This will exactly inform you which processor your Android phones has.

Name on Droid Hardware Info Processor
ARMv7 or armeabi ARM
AArch64 or arm64 ARM64
x86 or x86abi x86

So as shown in the above image the CPU Architecture shows AArch64. And when matched with the table we can confirm that the device has ARM64 processor.


Notes : 
Online Validation (version 1.04 and +)
The validation allows to store the hardware specification of your Android device in a database. After the validation, the program opens your validation URL into your current internet browser. If you enter your e-mail address (optional), an e-mail with your validation link will be sent to you as a reminder.

Settings screen and debug (version 1.03 and +)
If CPU-Z closes abnormally (in case of bug), the settings screen will appear at the next run. You can use that screen to remove the main detection features of the application, and make it run.


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