In an announcement, Google released a new feature int he beta Google Search Console that lets users check a specific URL on a website to see the status of how Google search sees that URL. This features, called the URL inspection tool, is rolling out to Google Search Console users over the coming weeks.
According to Google, this tool “provides detailed crawl, index, and serving information about your pages, directly from the Google index.” It shows the last crawl date, the status of the last crawl, and crawling or indexing errors and the canonical URL for that page. The tool will show if the page was indexed successfully, any AMP errors, structured data errors and indexing issues.
It doesn’t matter if you enter AMP or non-AMP URLs into the tool. They both work just as well.
There is a large help document that goes through all the features of this URL inspection tool.