In 2022, OPPO, vivo, Xiaomi, Baidu, Tencent and other ecological hardware and software enterprises jointly established the mobile intelligent terminal ecological alliance, also known as the "golden label alliance".
One of the biggest efforts of the alliance so far has been to push for 64-bit coverage in the Android camp, aiming to eliminate 32-bit systems and applications.
According to the latest official news of the Gold Label Alliance, the application store of the members of the Gold Label Alliance (including OPPO, vivo, and Xiaomi) has completed 100% adaptation of TOP100 applications to 64-bit.
In addition, the current TOP1W applications have also achieved more than 96% of 64-bit adaptation.
In fact, from July 1 this year, Xiaomi, OPPO, vivo and other mainstream application stores announced that they will gradually clean up applications that only support 32 bits.
From 2023 onwards, ARM architecture CPU cores will be forced to adopt 64-bit, and 32-bit instructions will be phased out. The implementation of 64-bit aims to better improve the performance experience of Android applications and reduce the power consumption impact of Android applications.
In addition, 64-bit mobile computing is the inevitable direction of ecological matrix, and adapting 64-bit means that applications can obtain greater advantages in security, performance and other convenience.
It is reported that the A7 processor equipped with the iPhone 5s in 2013 is the first 64-bit processor on the mobile end, and since February 10, 2015, Apple has asked the App Store to release applications must be adapted to 64-bit.
Domestic Android camp due to the complex situation, so the adaptation is slower, but under the promotion of several major domestic manufacturers and the golden label alliance, the pure 64-bit ecology is about to be completed, and completely bid farewell to the "old broken small" 32-bit.