Good, aside from the fact that it uses Imperial measurements for a few things and doesn't give any option to put them into real units. I don't know what an inch is. I'm not a stupid Yank. Millimetres, please!
This apps tell me my galaxy note 4 n910s use exynos octa but actually my device using a snapdragon 805.. confusing
It's a good app that gives you information about your device, although I would like to also see another features, such as separate information about each hardware specifically.
Still broken, still reads the A72 cores on Snapdragon 650 as 1.4Ghz instead of 1.8Ghz.
Great, useful app. Please refine the architecture display to show if the device 64bit or not. Had to install another app to find that info out.
Latest version 1.22 crashes ALL THE TIME.
Version 1.22 (01/19/2017)
- Mediatek Helio X23, X25, X27.
- HiSilicon Kirin 960.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 430 and 435.
Version 1.21 (11/10/2016)
- Kirin 955, 910, 650.
- Snapdragon 617.
- ARM Cortex A73.
Version 1.20 (07/27/2016)
- Added tri-cluster architectures.
- Mediatek Helio X20 (MT6797).
Version 1.19 (03/31/2016)
- Samsung Exynos 8890 (M1).
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (Kryo).
Version 1.18 (02/03/2016)
- Added Security Patch Level (Android 6.0+).
- Fix several bugs.