New QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) graphics processor will be 40% faster from its predecessor

QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) announced  that the graphics chip in its next flagship mobile Computer, the Snapdragon 820, will not be around 40 percent slower than its forerunner. And while that is clearly going to cause games that are even more sophisticated, Qualcomm is also imagining a much more varied future for its Adreno 530 GPU and its newest Snapdragon. Especially, it is seeking at “nextgeneration uses of virtual reality, augmented reality computer vision,” based on Qualcomm’s senior marketing manager Adam Kerin. That will not be overly surprising, given the rise of mobile VR options over the previous year, including Samsung VR and even Google Cardboard. Even much more than mobile games, VR will shove both mobile and desktop hardware to the limits — it may wind up being a legitimate use for 4 screens on telephones, for example — therefore it is best to be prepared.

QUALCOMM, Inc. (QCOM) also says the 530 GPU will also be around 40 per cent more power-efficient than the Snapdragon 810’s GPU. And, unlike the final flagship processor, the firm also plans to bring the 820 in to automobiles at some point. It will serve as the upgrade to the 602 A, which found over a yearanda-half past to enhance linked automobiles. The big take away from your Snapdragon 820? It’s about a lot over merely incremental speed improvements.

The brand new processor will even have a a fresh Spectra camera imaging device, which delivers a wider selection of a cross autofocus framework, plus colors, enabling you to focus on specific parts of a landscape faster. QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) can be tapping in to its new GPU to create electronic focus better, with better overall quality plus a smoother driving experience. Hopefully that means we will observe better cameras from all Android telephone manufacturing companies, and not just LG and Samsung.

QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM)’s stock on 12 August traded at beginning with a price of $62.28 and when day-trade ended the stock finally increased 0.05% to end at $62.58. QCOM showed weekly performance of -2.04%.

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