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We can see the fruits of the collaboration between Snapdragon and Oppo.

Not long ago we also reported that Snapdragon has unveiled its latest mobile chip. The specs were telling enough, it quickly became clear that this time it wasn’t just about a simple tweak or clock speed boost. Also included in the list were next-gen Wi-Fi support, up to 8K video recording, and more advanced power efficiency, but there was also a solution previously only available on PCs, hardware ray tracing.

On paper, everything looked good, but many people were initially quite skeptical about real-time ray tracing and light shaping. Even in the PC world, this technology hasn’t fully matured, so what could we want from a small device the size of the palm of your hand. It seems that Oppo and Snapdragon will soon prove us wrong.

We show you what mobile ray tracing will look like!

Oppo and Qualcomm presented the potential of the mobile chip at the Snapdragon Summit 2022 event. In the video above, we can get a little taste of this, compared to the usual polish and algorithms. Oppo works closely with the chipmaker, so their PhysRay Engine 2.0 solution is specifically optimized for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 GPU and CPU unit.

We can get graphics never seen before on next generation phones, mobile games are starting to catch up more and more with other segments. Thanks to the improvements, the CPU load was reduced by 90%, the efficiency increased fivefold, and a stable 60FPS could be maintained for up to half an hour. For now we have to wait for independent tests and supported games, the first phones from Oppo and other manufacturers equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will debut in late 2022.

Source: OPPO / hvg

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