32 bit and 64 bit Android devices list: How to find your device’s architecture?

With Pokemon Go dropping support for 32-bit Android devices in August 2020, you may be wondering whether yours come into the category of modern, 64-bit architecture or the now-outdated 32-bit tech. Well, we are here to help you out.

If you bought a device in the last few years, chances are more than not that it’s a 64-bit one. However, check out the lists below for 32-bit Android devices and 64-bit Android devices to find out where does your phone and tablet land.

What you should know before we get started?

This list has been classified based on the CPUs powering each of these devices. While some chipsets might be 64bit, your manufacturer might have gone with a 32bit OS to provide better support and optimization. This is due to hardware limitations posed by existing hardware despite the introduction of 64bit architecture.

While device SOCs were able to support 64bit, other components like RAM and storage simply were unable to benefit from it which instead created a bottleneck for your CPU performance. Hence, to provide users with an optimal and stable experience, manufacturers released devices with a 32bit Android OS instead.

Android phones with 32-bit chipset

  • Motorola Nexus 6
  • LG G Pad II 10.1
  • LG Nexus 5X
  • LG V10
  • LG X Power (SD 210)
  • OnePlus X
  • Nokia 2
  • Blu G Plus HD/ G Max
  • Blu Energy X Plus 2
  • Blu Tank Xtreme 5.0
  • Blu Grand X
  • Blu Grand Max
  • Blu Studio Mega
  • Blu Grand XL
  • Blu R2
  • Blu Studio J8
  • Blu Studio Pro
  • Blu Studio G3
  • Blu Studio View XL
  • Blu Studio View

Galaxy S10

Android phones with 64-bit chipset

  • Google Pixel C
  • Google Pixel
  • Google Pixel XL
  • Google Pixel 2
  • Google Pixel 2 XL
  • Google Pixel 3
  • Google Pixel 3 XL
  • Google Pixel 3a
  • Google Pixel 3a XL
  • Google Pixel 4
  • Google Pixel 4 XL
  • Motorola Moto X Play/ X Play Dual Sim
  • Motorola Droid Maxx 2
  • Motorola Droid Turbo 2
  • Motorola Moto G Turbo
  • Motorola Moto G4/ G4 Plus
  • Motorola Moto G4 Play – 64bit
  • Motorola Moto Z/ Z Force
  • Motorola Moto Z Play
  • Motorola Moto E3/ E3 Power
  • Motorola Moto G5/ G5 Plus
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Play
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Force
  • Motorola Moto G5S/ G5S Plus
  • Motorola Moto G6/ G6 Plus/ G6 Play
  • Motorola P30
  • Motorola Moto Z3/ Z3 Play
  • Motorola Moto One Power/ One/ P30 Note/ P30 Play
  • Motorola Moto G7 Play/ G7 Power/ G7/ G7 Plus
  • Motorola Moto One Vision/ One Action/ One Zoom/ One Macro
  • Motorola Moto Z4
  • Motorola Moto G8 Plus/ G8 Play/ G8 Power/ G8/ G8 Power Lite
  • Motorola Moto Razr 2019
  • Motorola Moto One Hyper
  • Motorola Moto Edge/ Edge+
  • Motorola Moto G Pro/ G Fast
  • Motorola Moto One Fusion+
  • Samsung Galaxy S6/ S6 Duos/ S6 Plus/ S6 Edge/ S6 Edge+ Duos/ S6 Edge+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Duos/ Note 5
  • Samsung Galaxy S7/ S7 Edge
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+/ S8
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  • Samsung Galaxy S9/ S9+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e
  • Samsung Galaxy S10/ Galaxy S10+/ S10 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10 5G/ Note 10+/ Note 10+ 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold/ Fold 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • Samsung Galaxy S20/ S20 5G/ S20 5G UW/ S20+/ S20+ 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra/ S20 Ultra 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A60
  • Samsung Galaxy A70
  • Samsung Galaxy A80
  • Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A51 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A21S
  • LG G Flex 2
  • LG G4/ G4 Dual
  • LG X Power (Mediatek MT6755M & MT6735)
  • LG Stylo 2
  • LG Stylus 2 Plus
  • LG X Mach
  • LG X Max
  • LG Stylus 3
  • LG Stylo 3 Plus
  • LG X Power 2
  • LG G6
  • LG Q6
  • LG Q8
  • LG V30
  • LG X Power 3
  • LG V30s ThinQ
  • LG G7 ThinQ
  • LG Q7
  • LG V35 ThinQ
  • LG Q Stylus
  • LG Q Stylo 4
  • LG G7 One
  • LG G7 Fit
  • LG V40 ThinQ
  • LG Q9
  • LG K50
  • LG Q60
  • LG G8 ThinQ
  • LG G8S ThinQ
  • LG V50 ThinQ 5G
  • LG W10
  • LG W30/ W30 Pro
  • LG K50S
  • LG K40S
  • LG Q70
  • LG G8X ThinQ
  • LG V50S ThinQ 5G
  • LG K41S
  • LG K51S
  • LG K61
  • LG Q51
  • LG V60 ThinQ 5G
  • LG Velvet
  • LG Stylo 6
  • LG Q61
  • OnePlus 3/ 3T
  • OnePlus 5/ 5T
  • OnePlus 6/ 6T/ 6T McLaren
  • OnePlus 7/ 7 Pro/ 7 Pro 5G/ 7T/ 7T Pro/ 7T Pro 5G McLaren
  • OnePlus 8 5G/ 8/ 8 Pro
  • Nokia 6
  • Nokia 5
  • Nokia 3
  • Nokia 8
  • Nokia 7
  • Nokia 6.1
  • Nokia 7 Plus
  • Nokia 8 Sirocco
  • Nokia 2.1
  • Nokia 3.1
  • Nokia 5.1/ 5.1 Plus
  • Nokia 6.1/ 6.1 Plus
  • Nokia 7.1
  • Nokia 8.1
  • Nokia 3.2
  • Nokia 4.2
  • Nokia 9 PureView
  • Nokia X71
  • Nokia 2.2
  • Nokia 3.1A
  • Nokia 6.2
  • Nokia 7.2
  • Nokia 2.3
  • Nokia 1.3
  • Nokia 5.3
  • Nokia 8.3 5G
  • Nokia C2 Tava/ C2 Tennen
  • Nokia C5 Endi
  • Blu Pure XR
  • Blu Life One X2
  • Blu R1 Plus
  • Blu Grand X LTE
  • Blu Tank Xtreme Pro
  • Blu R2 LTE
  • Blu Vivo 8
  • Blu Studio J8 LTE
  • Blu Grand XL LTE
  • Blu S1
  • Blu R2 Plus
  • Blu Life One X3
  • Blu Dash L5 LTE
  • Blu Vivo One
  • Blu Vivo X
  • Blu Vivo XL3 Plus
  • Blu Vivo One Plus
  • Blu Vivo XL3

Why my Android device is 32-bit when the chipset is 64-bit?

When the OS was making the transition to 64bit SOCs, Google made it mandatory for developers to include 64bit libraries and apps on the Play Store. While this was a much-needed push, hardware at the time, especially RAM was not really compatible with this upgrade. Most RAMs being used in smartphones at the time were underperforming units of low memory that could not take advantage of the 64bit architecture. This would result in a less stable system that would often encounter memory leaks.

Hence, manufacturers decided to go with 32bit Android despite using 64bit compatible SOCs. A good example of this would be the Moto G5 series. Although sporting an SD 430 in the basic model and SD 630 in the plus model, the G5 was inherently running a 32bit Android OS based on Lollipop out of the box instead of a 64bit one due to its RAM limitations.

How to find if your Android phone is 32-bit or 64-bit?

Well, you can use an Android app for this, too! Here’s how:

Download the AIDA64 app to discover if your Android OS is 32-bit or 64-bit on your smartphone. Once downloaded, open the app and tap ‘CPU‘.

Now, check the ‘Instruction set’ field. This will reveal whether your Android device is a 32-bit one or 64-bit.

As this is based on the version of Android and not what the chipset hardware is capable of, this is what matters for the apps and games deciding the device’s compatibility.

We hope this list helped you learn everything you needed to know about 32-bit and 64-bit smartphones released in the last few years. If you have any questions or have any queries feel free to reach out to us using the comments section below.

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  1. This isn’t even right. Many of those phones have 64 bit hardware, but the OS is 32 bit. You shouldn’t post such a misleading article.

    1. For real, it says that the LG K51 have 64bit, but I have one that has 32 bit, but how are gonna know if your android phone is 64 bits even before you buy it, its not like the store employee will let you have it and go through it’s settings.

  2. 64-bit armv8-a (32-bit mode) is what it says at instruction set so what do i do to get it to 64

  3. 64-bit armv8-a (32-bit mode) so what do i do

  4. want a smart phone with a 4: screen 32 gb
    show me

  5. What’s the mean of armv8l ?

  6. How do you distinguish a device that runs onky in 100% 64 bit mode ???

  7. I noticed one error. I would have to think there’s more like this one. Just because the arcitecture might be 64 it doewsn’t meant that’s what it’s running. ie Motorola G7 Play.

  8. Does the Chase UK app work on a Chromebook please, if so which models are compatible?

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