Today, all Android phones have Bluetooth connection, but not the same version. If you want to know which version of bluetooth exactly does your mobile have, you can get the data by using special applications to know the mobile hardware.
Having an “old” version of Bluetooth will not prevent you from connecting new devices, such as Airpods, but it will prevent you from enjoying all the features and maximum speed. We tell you how you can easily see the bluetooth version
What is the Bluetooth version of my mobile?
The Bluetooth version is one of the sections that usually appears in the data sheet of terminals, although sometimes the summary that appears in online stores or on the box of the product itself may not go into details. If in doubt, it is better check the version on the mobile itself.
Although the system information section shows data like the amount of RAM and storage of the mobile, there is no record of the Bluetooth version: the closest thing you can see is the MAC address of the Bluetooth. . To know the Bluetooth version, you will need a system information application
AIDA64 is a veteran app that shows you a detailed summary of all the specifications of the mobile. It has specific sections for Android, CPU, or screen information, although Bluetooth information is in the System.
Tap on System and scroll down until you come to Bluetooth version, which will indicate exactly which digital version of Bluetooth is supported by the mobile, based on the system’s internal metadata.
Remember that this implies that the mobile can use the built-in bluetooth advantages up to this version. For example, if you have headphones with a Bluetooth 5.0 connection, but your mobile is Bluetooth 4.2, they will continue to work because Bluetooth is backward compatible, but with a lower speed rate than it supports.
If what interests you is to know exactly what Bluetooth functions your mobile supportsThe result is a bit technical, but you can find it in the free BT / BLE Checker app, available on Google Play.
BT / BLE Checker shows you the Bluetooth MAC address of the mobile and the different Bluetooth profiles and capabilities supported by mobile. Unfortunately, there are no detailed explanations of what each of them is.