For those who are not familiar with the term, Google Play Services for AR , formerly known as ARCore is the Google platform capable of creating augmented reality experiences on Android. In principle, this new platform was designed as the direct competitor of Apple's advanced ARKit , making it compatible with many smartphones today.
In itself, Google Play Services for AR is based on the monitoring of the place where we are through the camera of our smartphone . For this, the different points are identified, as well as the moving angles to identify in what position or direction the smartphone is. In short, a large set of measures capable of offering a fairly advanced augmented reality experience.
Google Play Services for AR (ARCore) arrives at Redmi Note 7
Today, Google Play Services for AR is compatible with various Android smartphones, including several Xiaomi devices. An extensive list that not only includes high-end smartphone, but also others such as the newly launched, Xiaomi Mi A3 or even now the Redmi Note 7 .
Specifically, new devices have been added to the current list of ARCore-compatible devices, including Vivo IQOO , Motorola One Action , Oppo Reno A and now, Redmi Note 7 . A mid-range smartphone that for just € 130 in its variant of less storage allows us to enjoy all the attractions of augmented reality.
Source | XDA-Developers