More Samsung devices get Google ARCore certification as Galaxy S23 misses out
Google’s ARCore certification is a big deal for Samsung devices. The company has been working hard to get its devices certified by Google, and it looks like it’s finally paying off. The latest batch of Samsung devices to get Google’s ARCore certification includes the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. This is a big deal for Samsung because it means that its devices are now compatible with Google’s ARCore platform, which is used for developing augmented reality apps.
However, there is one notable omission from this list of Samsung devices that have been certified by Google: the Galaxy S23. This is a bit of a surprise, since the Galaxy S23 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year. It’s possible that Samsung is still working on getting the Galaxy S23 certified by Google, but it’s also possible that the phone simply doesn’t meet Google’s standards for AR compatibility.
In any case, the news that 15 Samsung devices have been certified by Google for ARCore is a big deal for the company. It’s a sign that Samsung is committed to making its devices compatible with the latest and greatest augmented reality technology.