15 Best Apps to Test Hardware on Android in 2020

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Written By Larious

Larious is the Executive Editor of LowkeyTech. He is a tech enthusiast and a content writer. 





Last Updated on July 14, 2020 by Larious

Android is right now the most popular operating system and it’s mostly because of the huge app ecosystem. On the Google Play Store, you will find apps for every different purpose including apps to check if everything is working properly on your smartphone.

In this article, we are going to talk about the best apps to test hardware on your Android. With these apps, you can easily test the performance of your smartphone, check the hardware information, etc. Most of the apps which we are going to list below are free and available on the Play Store.

Best Apps to Test Hardware on Android

So, let’s check out the best Android apps to test the hardware configuration of your Android smartphone.

1. Sensor Box

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Sensor Box

If you are searching for an Android app to check all available sensors on the phone, then you need to give Sensor Box a try. This app checks the performance of sensors like accelerometer, light, orientation, proximity, temperature, gyroscope, sound, magnetic sensor, etc. After the scan, the app provides an easy to understand report.

2. Phone Doctor Plus

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Phone Doctor Plus

Well, this app is a little bit different compared to all others listed in the article. It performs 25 different tests to check the hardware capabilities of your phone. It checks for the sensors, battery, screen, mic, flash, camera, and memory of your device. However, the app takes a long time to complete the scan.

3. AIDA64


Based on the extensive hardware knowledge of the AIDA64 for Windows application, AIDA64 for Android is capable of showing various diagnostic information for phones, tablets, smartwatches and TVs including CPU detection, real-time core clock measurement, Screen dimensions, pixel density and camera information, Battery level, and temperature monitoring, etc.

4. CPU-Z


Android version of the popular CPU identification tool for PC, CPU-Z is a free application that reports information about your device: SoC (System On Chip) name, architecture, clock speed for each core – System information: device brand & model, screen resolution, RAM, storage – Battery information: level, status, temperature, capacity, Sensors.

5. Droid Hardware Info

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Droid Hardware Info

If you are searching for a lightweight Android app to check the hardware specification of your smartphone, then you need to give Droid Hardware info a try. It provides you detailed information about your smartphone including the device type, system, memory, camera, battery, and sensor details.

6. GFXBench GL Benchmark

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GFXBench GL Benchmark

It is a free, cross-platform, and cross-API 3D graphics benchmark that measures graphics performance, long-term performance stability, render quality, and power consumption with a single, easy-to-use application. GFXBench 4.0 enables measuring mobile and desktop performance with advanced graphics effects and increased workloads.

7. Hardware Info

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Hardware Info

This is another lightweight application that provides information about the hardware capabilities of your Android device. The data is presented in a simple and easy to read fashion which includes: System, Display, Processor, RAM, memory, etc.

8. CPU X: System & Hardware info

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CPU X: System & Hardware info

This app shows information about a device like a processor, cores, speed, model, ram, camera, sensors, etc. and you can monitor internet speed (in notifications & status bar), data usage (daily & monthly). You can even see current download & upload speed in notifications and combined speed in the status bar.

9. My Device

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My Device

It is a powerful yet simple app that lets you know all the essential details about your phone. Whether it be information regarding your System on Chip (SoC), the memory of your device or tech specs about your battery or all the relevant information about your device sensors.

10. Test Your Android

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Test Your Android

If you are looking for an Android app that features a Material Design UI, then you should go to Test Your Android app. With this app, you can test your device features and can get all Android system information in one app.

11. DevCheck


Monitor your hardware in real-time and get complete information about your device model, CPU, GPU, memory, battery, camera, disk, network, and operating system. DevCheck gives you all the information you need about your hardware and operating system in a clear, accurate, and organized way.

12. Full system info

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Full system info

This app is something extraordinary. Full system info Android app not only gives you basic information regarding your Android but, it also tells you if your Android device is rooted or not. With this app, you can also see real-time interesting parameters of your system.

13. Device Info

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Device Info

This is the most comprehensive, powerful, and useful app that provides you with all the information you need to know about your phone, system, and hardware with the most attractive and beautiful user interface (using Material Design).

14. Phone Info

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Phone Info

This is another free app that you can install to get reports regarding your Android operating system. Phone info tells about your processor, screen resolution, RAM, Storage and more. You can also get battery information like status, temperature, and capacity.

15. TestM


With the help of TestM, you can get an accurate objective report that can be used to sell, buy, or repair your phone. The app houses almost everything for the testing purpose including Speakers, touch screen, sensors, connectivity, motion, camera, and more.

16. Device Info HW

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Device Info HW

Well, Device Info HW is another best Android app that helps users to gather information regarding the hardware and software. The app can detect touchscreen, cameras, sensors, memory, flash, NFC, charger, battery, WiFi, and many other things to show you the appropriate device information.

17. 3DMark


The app benchmarks the GPU and CPU performance of your device. At the end of the test, you get a score, which you can use to compare models. But 3DMark also gives you so much more. The app has its own unique charts, lists, and rankings.

18. System Info Droid

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System Info Droid

This one helps you to derive deep knowledge of your device with real-time parameters, test its performance with the included benchmark, free up RAM memory, copy the APK of your installed apps, check the live info in your desktop with the widget, share your device stats with your friends, and much more.

So, these are some of the best apps to test hardware on Android. If you know any other such apps, let us know in the comment box below. I hope this article helped you! Share it with your friends also.


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