How many Android devices are using the ARM64 or x86_64 architectures, and how many are using 64-bit versions of Android that can run 64-bit apps?
My assumption right now is that it's still worth supporting 32-bit versions of Android for mobile apps, but these days more and more devices are 64-bit and make use of several GB of RAM. As of this month, Google is now requiring that new Android apps have 64-bit versions, so I'm wondering for how long it will be worth supporting both architectures.
Additionally, how powerful are average high-end 32-bit devices? Even if the marketshare of 32-bit devices is high, it could be worth dropping support if most 32-bit devices won't run any intensive apps or games anyway.
This question is related to another question about x86 usage.