ARCore v1.5 adds support for OnePlus 6T, ROG Phone, Razer Phone, Xperia X, and many more [APK Teardown]

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Google's ARCore team just rolled out a new update that appears to bring the augmented reality framework to several more phones and tablets. Some hot new (and upcoming) devices are on the list, like the Galaxy Note9, OnePlus 6T, and ROG Phone. These are also joined by some older models like the Sony Xperia X.

Teardown

Disclaimer: Teardowns are based on evidence found inside of apks (Android's application package) and are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete information. It's possible that the guesses made here are wrong or inaccurate. Even when predictions are correct, there is always a chance that products could change or may be canceled. Much like rumors, nothing is certain until it's officially announced and released.

The features discussed below are probably not live yet, or may only be live for a small percentage of users. Unless stated otherwise, don't expect to see these features if you install the apk. All screenshots and images are real unless otherwise stated, and images are only altered to remove personal information.

Newly supported devices

This list is compiled from the device profiles included within the ARCore APK. Those profiles are given a codename associated with the device, but some of the names are still unknown, usually because they belong to currently unreleased hardware. As a result, some entries in the list are marked as unknown or rumored based on whatever information is available.

Keep in mind that the presence of the profiles doesn't automatically mean device support is fully operational, but it's a pretty good indicator. If you have one of these devices, you should be able to install ARCore from the Play Store, but be aware that it has been known to take anywhere from a few hours to a few days before the Play Store enables access for newly supported devices. Alternatively, you can download the update from APK Mirror if you would like to sideload it.

  • ASUS
  • Huawei
    • P20 Lite [HWANE]
    • Mate 10 Pro [HWBLA]
    • unknown [HWJKM-H]
    • unknown [HWLYA]
  • Nokia
    • Phoenix [PNX_sprout] * This is rumored, but name is unconfirmed
    • Nokia 9 [AOP_sprout] * This is rumored, but name is unconfirmed
  • OnePlus
  • Razer
  • 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, but it's unclear if this is same device with a variant name or a new model
    • vivo X21i [k71v1_64_bsp]
  • unknown
    • CTL_sprout
      * naming pattern matches Nokia phones, but I didn't find anything resembling confirmation of the name

strings

AOP_sprout

ASUS_Z01QD_1

cheryl

CTL_sprout

F5121

F5121

F5122

F5122

gts3llte

gts3llte

gts3lltechn

gts3lltechn

gts3lltekx

gts3lltekx

gts3llteusc

gts3llteusc

gts3lltevzw

gts3lltevzw

gts3lwifi

gts3lwifi

gts3lwifichn

gts3lwifichn

HWANE_accelerometer-lsm6ds3_null

HWBLA_accelerometer-icm20690_null

HWHMA_accelerometer-icm20690_LITEON

HWHMA_accelerometer-icm20690_OFILM

HWHMA_accelerometer-icm20690_SUNNY

HWHMA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_LITEON

HWHMA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_OFILM

HWHMA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_SUNNY

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-bmi160_LITEON

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-bmi160_OFILMOV

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-bmi160_QTECH

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-bmi160_SUNNY

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-lsm6ds3-c_LITEON

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-lsm6ds3-c_OFILMOV

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-lsm6ds3-c_QTECH

HWJKM-H_accelerometer-lsm6ds3-c_SUNNY

HWLYA_accelerometer-icm20690_LITEON

HWLYA_accelerometer-icm20690_OFILM

HWLYA_accelerometer-icm20690_SUNNY

HWLYA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_LITEON

HWLYA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_OFILM

HWLYA_accelerometer-lsm6dsm_SUNNY

j5y17lte

j5y17ltedx

j5y17ltektt

j5y17ltelgt

j5y17lteskt

j5y17ltextc

j7y17lte

j7y17ltektt

k71v1_64_bsp

OnePlus6T

PD1806B

PD1809

PNX_sprout

SC-01L

SCV40

SCV40_jp_kdi

suzu

suzu

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