CPUID, the developer behind the Windows freeware called CPU-Z have ported the app to Google Play Store so advanced Android users and smartphone modders can have something to work with.
If you’re a veteran Windows user, then you might’ve already encountered about a freeware called CPU-Z, and chances are you have or still using it on your PC. But for the benefits of those who haven’t used it, CPU-Z gives you detailed information about your PC’s components like motherboard, processor an RAM.
The same goes Android version of the app. In addition to the basic details about your smartphone that you probably knew by now, CPU-Z can also tell you information that will surely be helpful for those who are in to tweaking. This includes system temperature, battery and sensor info.
CPU-Z version 1.01 is now available for download and won’t cost you even a dime to install. Do note though that this build is still in Beta so you might encounter some bugs and glitches along the way. Download link can be found at the bottom of this post.