As you know, Qualcomm recently introduced the top-of-the-line Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, as well as two mid-range models: the Snapdragon 765 and 765G. Later, the leader’s specifications appeared in the network, and now we know something else.
The chip maker specified that Snapdragon 865 will provide stable 90 FPS in mobile games. PUBG Mobile, which the company plans to promote as the first game where it will be achieved, was taken as a benchmark. Although in the future 90 frames per second will be supported by other projects.
“Eight hundred and sixty fifth” also supports HDR technology, which will improve the quality of the picture in games. Of course, this will require appropriate displays, but this is a question for smartphone manufacturers. But that’s not all.
As part of the Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm has also announced updated graphics processor drivers for new chipsets. This will allow you to improve your gaming experience in the same way as it does on your PC.
Support for Snapdragon 865 and 765/765G is promised, and updates will be available through Google Play, so you can download and install them just like any other application. This approach will allow you to optimize the load on the graphics accelerator and fix bugs not only at the game level, but also at the system level.
Driver updates will first be tested by smartphone manufacturers, so the timing of driver updates can vary greatly, for example, for Samsung and Xiaomi devices. The first updates of this type will be released in early 2020.
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