Enthusiasts Rejoice: CPU-Z Now Available On Android



/ 5 years ago

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While there have been many unofficial versions or equivalents of CPU-Z available on Android for some time, CPUID have finally gotten around to releasing their official Android version of the popular desktop PC hardware information tool. The aim of the software is the same as it is on the desktop “a small tool that shows the key hardware feature of your device” and as you can see from the above screen shot it does do exactly that.

The key features are an ability to analyse your SoC, that is the CPU and GPU, and the system, namely the OS, RAM, circuit board and internal storage. There are also some more advanced information tabs on the sensors and the battery but these are just little extras.

CPUID have stated that CPU-Z for Android is currently only in beta stages and is at version 1.01. The app is totally free, just 193K in size, so far has an average rating of 4.8 and it is compatible with Android 3.0 and upwards.So if you’re interested in checking out the specifications of your Android phone then we recommend you give it a download from the Google Play Store here.

Image courtesy of CPUID

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6 Responses to “Enthusiasts Rejoice: CPU-Z Now Available On Android”
  1. Wayne says:

    Nice to know for some people. I won’t be overclocking my phone though.

    • d6bmg says:

      It’s very good just to know the real-time speed of the processors in the phone.
      At least I would use it in that way.

      • Wayne says:

        I only use CPU-Z on my test bench when I’m testing & overclocking CPU’s, GPU’s, mobo’s, RAM etc. If I want to know the clock speeds of my personal equipment (Which I do) I’ll simply read the specs. I don’t even bother with it on my personal gaming rig because that runs bog standard clocks on everything (apart from the graphics card, that’s factory overclocked).

  2. d6bmg says:

    Now that’s what I call a great addition of feature!

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