Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will receive ARCore technology support

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will receive Google Augmented Reality technology support in the coming weeks, through software updates. Previously, ARCore support was available on other Samsung devices such as Galaxy S8, S8 + and Note 8.

The update information is confirmed by Google's software engineer and camera system Ian Muldoon. This receipt of support means that owners of Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will be able to enjoy various games and applications compatible with ARCore in the Play Store.

However, this game does not include Bandai Namco's new Tamagotchi game, Pottery Barn and Overstock shopping apps, and even Google's own Line experimental app. So far, the official Android devices supported by ARCore include Google's work smartphones Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

For other Android devices, ARCore support is available on Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 +, Note 8, S7, and S7 edges, as well as LG V30 and V30 + with Android OS O, Asus ZenFone AR and OnePlus 5 and 5T. This technology is also tested on various other phones, but the phone is not officially support the technology.

In addition, most of these phones are reportedly experiencing problems with aircraft calibration, which is an essential prerequisite for being able to work as it should.

ARCore is expected to gain support on other devices, but no time-related information and devices will have that support yet.