Samsung is collaborating with Qualcomm and AMD to enhance the gaming experience on smartphones

Samsung is said to be teaming up with Qualcomm and AMD to introduce AI-driven improvements in graphics and frame generation for Galaxy devices.
SamsungSamsung is reportedly teaming up with chip manufacturers Qualcomm and AMD to work on FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) software for Galaxy devices. This technology is intended to enhance frame rates in supported games on Galaxy smartphones by using upscaling and frame generation techniques.

The key difference between FSR and NVIDIA’s DLSS technology is that DLSS relies on AI to create extra frames. With this collaboration, FSR may gain the capability to use AI for upscaling and generating high-quality frames.

Additionally, this partnership could potentially enable Samsung’s upcoming S-series flagship devices to offer gaming experiences similar to those on PCs. The report suggests that AMD and Qualcomm’s involvement in the collaboration could allow FSR technology to be implemented on both Exynos and Snapdragon-powered Galaxy devices.

FSR technology is currently found in AMD Radeon GPUs, which are used in handheld gaming devices like the Steam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally.

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In recent news, the well-known Japanese video game company Capcom has launched the game Resident Evil Village for Apple iPhone 15 Pro models. The A17 Pro-powered iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models have hardware support for ray tracing, which allows them to deliver graphics performance close to what you’d expect on gaming consoles.

There are more console-level titles in the pipeline for iPhone 15 Pro models, including Resident Evil 4 Remake, Death Stranding Directors Cut, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage. These games are expected to be available for iPhone 15 Pro models in the coming months, providing a gaming experience similar to what you get on gaming consoles.

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