I doubt that it’s a processor speed … since my old Wileyfox Storm is so old, and the Wileyfox Swift was so cheap.
I don’t even think GooglePlay’s compatibility even bothers with processor speed checking (judging by some apps that have downloaded OK but run like treacle!) Usually an incompatibility is as a result of OS version or specific hardware requirement … and the requirements having been incorrectly specified by the developer.
If the latter, then it’s something that might be corrected soon by DJI.
I know I had this on something a couple of years ago … and after a few days it cleared.
Transferred the Apk to the phones and it tries to install but after about a minute reports it cant be installed. I have checked settings to allow from unknown sources etc but it just refused to install.
Its beat me I think…looks like I will have to buy a phone off the approved list.
I can’t imagine it will be long before similar reports for the A3 (and goodness knows how many other teething problems globally) force DJI to update the app. Might save some money just waiting a few days? … as frustrating as that would be.