How to Find If Your Android Device is MediaTek or Not

If you want to know if your Android device has Mediatek (MTK) chipset or not, then follow the below steps:

Install and open “CPU-Z” app.

By default, you’ll be in the “SOC” tab. In there, you can see your device’s chipset at the top.

CPU-Z app showing chipset information

In our instance, the app is showing that my device is having “Qualcomm Snapdragon” chipset, which is correct.

Alternatively, if you want to do the above task without installing an app, then follow the below steps:

Go to GSMArena website.

Hit the “Search” icon. Tap your model from the suggestions which you can see while inputting your device model.

Now, you’ll be in the specifications page of your device where you can find the chipset information under “Platform.”

A specifications page in GSMArena showing chipset information

In our instance, you can see that my device is having “Qualcomm Snapdragon” chipset.

In case, if your device’s specifications page is not available in GSMArena, then do a search on “Google” for your device specifications, and you can find out the chipset information.

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Also see:

How to Find Your Android Device Uptime

How to Know If Your Android Device is Rooted or Not

How to Allow App Installation from Unknown Sources


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