Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series, Galaxy A50s, More Samsung Devices Get ARCore Support

‘Google Play Services for AR’ support has arrived for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung Galaxy A50s, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.

Share on Facebook Tweet Share Reddit Comment
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series, Galaxy A50s, More Samsung Devices Get ARCore Support

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ gets support for ‘Google Play Services for AR’

Highlights
  • ARCore renamed to ‘Google Play Services for AR’ on Google Play
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 duo have received ARCore support
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is also receiving the support

Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung Galaxy A50s, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 are all receiving ARCore support. Google has renamed ARCore to ‘Google Play Services for AR', and it is rolling out the support to the mentioned five Samsung devices. In addition, the changelog also says that the services now support 60fps rendering. Google recently added ‘Google Play Services for AR' support for many devices like LG G8S, LG Style 2, LG Stylo 5, Realme X, Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), and Mi A3.

‘Google Play Services for AR' support has arrived for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung Galaxy A50s, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. If you are an owner of any of these mentioned devices, the Google Play Services for AR will install itself automatically in the background, without you having to manually do anything. Android Police was the first to report about this development, and the phones are also mentioned in Google's ARCore supported devices list. Support for Google Play Services for AR will enables augmented reality (AR) experiences built with an ARCore SDK.

Apart from the addition of the recent Samsung phones and tablets to the list of supported devices, another change includes the renaming of the ARCore Play Store listing to ‘Google Play Services for AR'. The changelog suggests that support for 60fps rendering has also arrived on devices that support it. This will enable smoother previews and improved AR videos on devices like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 series.

Comments

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Tasneem Akolawala When not expelling tech wisdom, Tasneem feeds on good stories that strike on all those emotional chords. She loves road trips, a good laugh, and interesting people. She binges on movies, sitcoms, food, books, and DIY videos. More
Vivaldi Browser Released for Android in Beta, Features Notes Editor, Reader View
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max Price Revealed; Apple Watch Series 5, iPad 7th Generation Launched; Apple TV+, Apple Arcade Detailed: Highlights
 
 

Advertisement

 

Advertisement

© Copyright Red Pixels Ventures Limited 2019. All rights reserved.