last year, We were reporting Google Chrome for Android has finally changed to 64-bit, but things are a bit more complicated than I thought. At first I thought all devices running Android 10 and above were getting the 64-bit version, but it soon became clear that more restrictions were included. After release Chrome 89, Google finally explained what’s going on. To automatically receive the 64-bit variant, you need to run a phone running Android 10 or higher with at least 8 GB of RAM.

The details are Blog post It covers all the improvements Google has made to improve the performance of the latest stable version of Chrome. The move to 64-bit is more relevant on phones with more RAM anyway, leading to significant improvements.

For those who opt for the latest Android devices (Android Q+ and 8GB+ RAM), we’ve rebuilt Chrome to 64-bit binary, giving you up to 8.5% faster page loads and 28% faster Chrome. % Smoother when it comes to scrolling and input latency.

To check which version of Chrome you are using chrome: // version Find the details after the Chrome version number. Even if you haven’t received the 64-bit variant due to low specs or slow launch, you can still download the APK from our sister site and try it out. APK Mirror. Find Version Fit device Please select a Size 64 In architecture details. If Google doesn’t determine that your phone is ready for 64-bit, it could be downgraded to 32-bit with the next automatic Play Store update, so you may have to repeat the manual download from time to time to keep it going. 64-bit.

Google Chrome: fast and secure
Google Chrome: fast and secure