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How to know which processor has my cell phone?

Mobile phones, cell phones and tablets, are very similar to a computer, both are composed of the same parts and components, ie they both have a processor, RAM, hard disk (ROM) but unlike a PC in the cell phone, everything is smaller.

But many of us do not know which processor is the one that comes mounted on the cell phone, since from a Windows PC it was easy enough to check it, it was enough to look at the properties of the computer and indicate everything it has.

How to know the processor of my tablet

But on Android, although you do not believe it, it can also be done very easily, but only that we have to install an application, which is quite useful and light, it helps us to know our phone a lot more thoroughly, making known the number of processors, the speed at which it works, and even how many GHz it is.

The application is called CPU-Z, which can be downloaded by entering its name from Play Store, or you can download directly from here:

How to know what processor I have on my cell phone

This not only serves to know the type of processor that our mobile has, but rather for a lot of new things, such as knowing the CPU load, in addition to seeing the speed at which you are working, the number of processors that is working in the system.

Know the brand and model of the GPU (graphics card) of the device, something very useful to know if a game runs on our cell phone, the space that is available in RAM, and the space available on the internal memory card.

It allows to know our battery thoroughly, to know if it is Lithium or another material, also it gives you to know the state of this if it is good or damaged.

You will know a lot of things on your smartphone that you might not have known before, but one of the most important is that you will be able to know which processor has your cell phone, tablet or mobile.

One of the advantages of CPU-Z is that you can easily recognize the manufacturer of the processor, MTK, Mediatek, Qualcomm, etc.

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