Arcore was the name of the platform of Google used to create augmented reality experiences. Using several APIs, the service allowed the smartphone to detect the surrounding environment captured by the camera, understanding the world and interacting with information also all around us. After some time since its creation, the name has been changed, but the functionality remains unchanged: the platform has gone from being called "Arcore" to "Google Play Services for AR"And the functions moved byartificial intelligence they are basically three: il motion detection, environmental understanding through the three dimensions and an estimate of the light by the photographic sensor. Well, this service is slowly being extended to many devices including Realme 5 / Pro, Realme Q e Realme XT who have just received support.
Google ARCore available for Realme 5 / Pro and Realme XT
The attentive team of developers gives us this news XDA. Not all smartphones, as we know, support this service: Google is reviewing the devices of different brands in order to choose the most suitable, as the stakes that Big G he put are basically one CPU sufficiently powerful
Excluding the Realm 5, the other two share the same type of hardware: as far as the processor is concerned we have a SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 octa-core (2 × 2.3 GHz Kryo 360 Gold & 6 × 1.7 GHz Kryo 360 Silver) while for what concerns the GPU we find an Adreno 616. The excluded model instead has a shipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 octa-core but with a different configuration (2 × 2.3 GHz Kryo 360 Gold & 6 × 1.7 GHz Kryo 360 Silver) and a GPU Andreno 610.
Even at the photographic level things change slightly: the most important differences concern the main rear photographic sensor that passes by 64 megapixels for the Realme XT, To 48 megapixels of the Realme 5 Pro to finish ai 12 megapixels of Realme 5. Google Play Services for AR it should be automatically transferred to the devices listed above, but if not, you can proceed by downloading theapk. Once you arrive, you can start using any app that supports this augmented reality service, such as the live view mode of Google Maps o AR + of Pokémon GO.