Android’s support for 64-bit started with Android 5.0 in 2014. But today, Google’s own Chrome for Android browser remains at 32. The 64-bit is more efficient than 32-bit and safer. However, Google has confirmed that all devices using Android 10 and above, starting with Chrome 85, will automatically upgrade to the native 64-bit, note that this is the stable version.
Slightly frustratingly, as of April this year, Android 10 and above had only 8% coverage, so there aren’t many people who can enjoy 64 Chrome in the first place.
Chrome 85 is scheduled to turn around at the end of August and can download The Canary or Dev version if you want to taste it.
In addition, according to a foreign explosion during the Dragon Boat Festival, next year’s Android S (Android 12) is expected to fully switch to 64-bit environment, when the 32-bit program will not be able to run, as Apple introduced in 2017 iOS 11.