Device information provides an overview of the phone or tablet specifications. You should check the system information matches your expectations, such as model, operating system version, screen size and resolution, memory, storage and camera.

The Device information* that is displayed can include:

  • Device (model, brand, product, serial number);
  • Body (weight and dimensions);
  • Android OS (Operating system version, API level, build…);
  • Display (type, size, resolution, PPI, multi-touch);
  • Processor (SOC, CPU, architecture, GPU);
  • Memory (total and available);
  • Internal storage (Total and available);
  • Primary shared storage;
  • Camera (front, rear, video resolution).
    * Where supported by the device.

If your phone supports a MicroSD card and you inserted it (recommended) then you should check the “Primary shared storage” shows the MicroSD card size and that it is removable. This shows the MicroSD slot basic functionality is OK.

If your internal storage is less than a low-level threshold, some suggestions are provided to free up space.

If your memory usage is less than a low-level threshold, some suggestions are provided to free up memory. In general, you do NOT need to manage memory by using “task killer” apps.

phone test information

If the device information looks correct, select “OK”, otherwise select “NOK” (Not OK).

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