Google Chrome 64bit version for Android supports Android 10 devices with 8 Gigabytes of RAM only
Google Chrome for Android has been testing the 64-bit version for a long time. The 64-bit version helps users make full use of the device’s performance to improve the performance of Google Chrome.
At first, Google Chrome also launched a 64-bit version in the Android 5 era. Who would have thought that the 64-bit version of Android has been officially released for 6 years?
Google said that the new version can make fuller use of the device memory and better manage the memory used. As we all know, Google Chrome has a relatively high memory footprint.
But the company seems to think that providing 64-bit on the Android platform is not very important, otherwise, it will not take 6 years to truly adapt 64-bit to the Android platform.
It is worth noting that although it is a new version, it may not be used by most users, because the hardware requirements of the device given by Google are relatively high.
Google requires that the device system must have at least 8GB of RAM on Android 10 and above. If these two requirements are not met, then continue to use 32-bit.
If the user installs Google Chrome through Play Store, Google will automatically push a new version of Google Chrome to the Android devices that meet the requirements through Play Store.
At that time, the user’s Google Chrome may have been replaced from the 32-bit version to the 64-bit version, and users can also check the details in the Google Chrome version information.
Viewing method: Enter chrome://version in the address bar of Google Chrome for Android, and 64bit will be displayed after the official build, which means the update is complete.