The only way I know to check your smartphone bitness is the following:
Use an app to find out your smartphone bitness
You can use any of these apps:
- AnTuTu Benchmark
- AIDA64 (Android > Kernel architecture)
- CPU-Z (System > Kernel architecture)
Previously, looking up the Android system version was enough to find the bitness. But it is no longer reliable.
When I click or press on Kernel Version it clicks but does not open another window. Kernel Versions show 3.18.71
As you cannot see the text “x64” in your kernel version, it means your smartphone is 32-bit.
I have updated the post to try to make it clear. Many thanks for your feedback. 🙂
Have a nice day!
What if OUR Kernel version was 4.19.191 is this x64 bit?
Which app are you using to check the kernel version?
Unfortunately, this advice is WRONG or at least incomplete. Phones may not show x64 in the kernel version and still be 64 bit android.
The only way to tell is with an app, like CPUZ (System > Kernel architecture) or AIDA64 (Android > Kernel architecture)
Thanks for your feedback Aaron. I included your comments in the post.
kernel version: 4.14.116
is this 32 or 64 bit OS?
It seems that checking up the kernel version is not enough. Please use any of the apps featured in the post.