ARCore support arrives on multiple Realme phones
Realme has a decent portfolio of devices that serve almost all the categories of mobile users. The company initially focussed on the Indian market and later expanded to Europe and other parts of Asia.
Another important thing that has kept the users loyal to Realme smartphones is the timely release of the updates. The company has been among one of the few brands that came up with a dedicated Android 10 update roadmap and till now, has adhered to it for rolling out the OS update.
Realme has updated a bunch of its smartphones with Android 10 (Realme UI) and to check out the complete list of Android 10 updated Realme phones, you can head over to our dedicated Realme Android 10 update tracker.
In between, Realme has also pushed the latest security patches for keeping its devices up to date in terms of security as well. And if we go by recent reports, ARCore support has arrived on a bunch of Realme phones.
Realme phones that are getting ARCore support are Realme 5/5 Pro, Realme 6/6 Pro, Realme Q, Realme X/X Lite, Realme XT, Realme X2, and Realme X2 Pro.
As mentioned on the official website, “ARCore’s understanding of the real world lets you place objects, annotations, or other information in a way that integrates seamlessly with the real world.”
ARCore makes use of three key functions to integrate virtual content with the real world, which you can view via your supported smartphones:
- Motion tracking: It tracks position relative to the real world.
- Environmental understanding: It detects the size, location, and surface of the object.
- Light estimation: It detects the actual lighting conditions.
Notably, with the help of ARCore, users of the supported Realme devices can now sense into the environment and interact with the information available with the help of Augmented Reality.
If you own any of the listed Realme phones, then you can go ahead and download the Google Play Services for AR app from the Google Play Store and enjoy the world of Augmented Reality.
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