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Realme Google ARCore supported devices list

Google ARCore is a function that may be used in conjunction with Google Camera. You may use it if you have a Realme smartphone and have loaded it.
Realme Google ARCore supported devices list
Google ARCore realme devices

In 2021, Google ARCore was renamed Google Play Services for AR. ARCore creates innovative interactive virtual experiences which integrate the physical and digital worlds in a seamless manner. At Google scale, change the way people play, shop, study, create, and experience the world together. The Realme devices that support Google ARCore are listed below (Google Play Services for AR).

Google's ARCore is a software development kit that allows developers to create augmented reality apps. To connect virtual content with the actual world, ARCore employs three important technologies:

  • Motion Tracking: enables the phone to comprehend its position in relation to the rest of the globe.
  • Environmental understanding: It enables the phone to identify the size and location of any vertical, horizontal, or inclined surface.
  • Light Estimation: It enables the phone to assess the current illumination conditions in the area.

Realme Devices list for Google ARCore

  • realme 5
  • realme 5 Pro
  • realme 6
  • realme 6 Pro
  • realme 7
  • realme 7i
  • realme 7 Pro
  • realme 8 Pro
  • realme Narzo 20 Pro
  • realme Q
  • realme X
  • realme X Lite 
  • realme XT
  • realme X2
  • realme X2 Pro
  • realme X3 Super Zoom
  • realme X7 5G
  • realme X7 Pro 5G
  • realme X50 Pro
  • realme X50t 5G
  • realme realme V5 5G
  • realme realme v15 5G
  • realme realme GT 5G
  • realme realme GT Neo
  • realme realme 8 5G

ARCore essentially does two things: it tracks the location of the mobile device as it travels and it builds its own understanding of the actual environment. The motion tracking technology in ARCore utilises the phone's camera to locate interesting elements and track how they move over time. ARCore determines the location and orientation of the phone as it travels across space using a combination of the movement of these points and information from the phone's inertial sensors.

ARCore can recognise flat objects, such as a table or the floor, and estimate the average illumination in the region surrounding it in addition to recognising critical locations. These skills work together to allow ARCore to develop its own knowledge of the environment.