Samsung Galaxy M11 has a Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450 chipset while the Samsung Galaxy M01s has a Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22 chipset. Going to their websites, on Qualcomm and Mediatek respectively, shows that they both support 64bit. However as mentioned in the title, the two phones are unable to install 64bit apps from the Google Play Store. I am suspecting that the reason for this is because their OSs might be 32bit. (I can’t check personally because someone else has the phones and I am trying to solve a problem for them.) If that is the case, is it wise to flash a 64bit OS to the phones to be able to run 64bit apps?
Below are the links to the chipset specs on their respective websites: