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Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, and Galaxy S6 compatible with Google Play Services for AR

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Published on Sep 09, 2019

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Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, and Galaxy S6 compatible with Google Play Services for AR Android Blog Italy.

After you have renamed the service Google ARCore in the “Google Play Services for AR“, Google has continued its work of extension to new smartphones and tablets. In this regard, we point out that the framework for augmented reality is now available for the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G (just presented), and the Galaxy Tab S6.

For the uninitiated, Google Play Services for AR is the platform developed by the american giant for the augmented reality, born from the ashes of Project Tango. Despite having a lower quality, you can use it on many smartphones and top of the range and does not require special hardware (smartphones, Tango had many cameras and infrared sensors additional).

This is the main platform competitor ARKit Apple and will probably be the base for the first smart glass “made in Google”, which are not the ill-fated Google Glass.

In case you are among the owners of a smartphone that's supported, you just click on the link below to be sent directly on their dedicated page:

Alternatively, here we leave you the link to proceed to the download of the APK file to install manually. In this case, remember to enable permission for the installation of apps from unknown sources, that is, all those downloaded outside of the Play Store.

Recall that the application ARCore the Play Store is a kind of container to download apps that are compatible with the platform.

Before I leave you, I want to also mention that Huawei Mate 30 should be the first smartphone to not have access to Google Apps.

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