Choosing an Android smartphone is not only about focusing on the brand of the phone, but hardware specifications installed by the manufactures are also playing great role too. Your phone could be very popular, but what are the hardware specifications it uses and how about the chipset of your phone, is it a powerful chipset?
Install Android ROM blog will share the how to guide to check your phone specifications and the chipset it uses. No! We won’t ask you to unpack your phone to find the hardware specs are currently working there. Instead we will use an Android application that’s available for free in Google Play Store.
CPU-Z Android app.
This is a popular app in Windows computer, it’s widely used to find out the hardware specifications on computer like what’s the processor, motherboard, memory RAM also the VGA card our computer uses.
In Android, we can utilize the same app to detect chipset and other hardware specifications installed on our smartphone / tablet.
CPU-Z app is designed extremely the same with the computer version of the software.
Once you’ve installed the app, open it, then let it detects your device’s specifications to further report all it gets into this neat report.
As you can see from the report the the phone uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon, with Adreno 450 MHz as GPU Renderes and GPU Clock Speed 320 MHz.
- SoC (System On Chip) name, architecture, clock speed for each core.
- System information. Device brand & model, screen resolution, RAM, storage.
- Battery information. Level, status, temperature, capacity.
- Your phone must be using Android 2.2 and newer to run the app.
Interested? Just grab the CPU-Z from Google Play Store.
Hope you like the app.