What’s ARM, ARM64, and x86?

As of now, there are three main CPU architectures used in Android smartphones – ARM, ARM64, and x86. Out of these three, ARM is the most common as it is properly optimized for battery consumption. ARM64 is an evolution of the original ARM architecture that supports 64-bit processing for more powerful computing, and it’s quickly becoming the standard in newer devices. Then there’s x86, which is a bit more powerful than either type of ARM CPUs, but not quite as battery-friendly, so it’s the least common of the three.

How to See What Kind of Processor You Have.

Convert That Info into a Common CPU Name.

ARM: ARMv7 or armeabi
ARM64: AArch64 or arm64
x86: x86 or x86abi