Want to know what hardware you have in your Android device? These apps give you a full breakdown of your phone’s specs.
Android OEMs are launching new devices all year round. As such, there are so many options that it can be confusing for the end user. Different Android phones, even those with a similar retail brand, can have different specifications and go beyond memory and internal storage.
If you want to check specific features on your Android phone, you can use these apps to do so. You can use them to check memory, battery, processor, screen display properties, and more.
Here’s our roundup of the best Android apps to check your phone’s hardware specs.
Inware is a sleek Android app that can help you check the various hardware properties of your phone. It’s only a little over 2MB, and with it, you can check out multiple properties on your device without having to search your Android phone’s retail box.
Inware includes an elegant user interface, but most importantly, allows you to examine the specifications of your phone. You can see different properties of the software including current Android version, preinstalled Android version, security patch level, Google Play system update, etc.
It shows different hardware features including display features (resolution, size, aspect ratio, refresh rate, PPI and HDR support), fingerprint and facial authentication support, SoC ( cores, clusters, frequency, GPU and usage), storage memory, battery, connectivity, camera and more.
CPU-Z is the mobile version of the popular desktop app that helps you check the hardware specifications of your Windows PC. Like the PC version, CPU-Z mobile gives you a detailed view of the various hardware features.
With CPU-Z, you can quickly check the SoC properties of your Android phone, including processor cores and real-time clock speed. It also gives you an overview of general properties such as RAM, internal storage (total and available), display, Android version and battery capacity. Other details like sensors, battery temperature, root access and system availability are also provided in a very accessible way.
If you have used CPU-Z on Windows, you will feel right at home with this app.
HW device information
Device Info HW takes it a step further to provide you with all the intricacies of your hardware. It includes the basics including memory, storage, SoC properties, battery, software features, and more. On top of that, Device Info HW goes a step further to showcase things like RAM type, battery drain speed, thermals, partitions, and codecs.
It particularly delves deeper into the camera hardware detailing aperture, focal length, zoom, vendor, field of view, and other small details that might pique the interest of photography enthusiasts.
DevCheck hardware and system information
This app organizes the most important properties in a dashboard. You can check the properties of internal storage, memory, battery and processor by looking only at the dashboard. Swipe left and take an in-depth look at various features including hardware, system, network, camera, and sensors.
It also includes a detailed view of the various sensors available.
Device information includes a dashboard and several menus at the top that highlight various features of your Android phone. You can check everything from your phone’s camera, memory, screen, network, battery, and other essential hardware properties. Device Info may be your favorite app considering UI design and animations.
Geekbench 5 is generally known to perform hardware benchmark testing. As a go-to benchmark app, Geekbench 5 also provides additional information about your phone’s hardware properties.
So of course you can use Geekbench 5 to check the specs, as well as to see how fast your phone is. There isn’t much at a glance, but you can get more information after benchmarking.
System Information has a dashboard showing real-time statistics of RAM, CPU, storage and battery usage of your Android phone. It organizes information in menus with related details hidden inside at your fingertips.