Qualcomm’s Big move towards mobile VR,Introduces “Snapdragon 835”
Our life truelly depends on Mobile.From early Morning Alarm to all the meetings schedule notifications , to every mail we check out on the go.Mobile has truelly embarked the growth of every technology.From learning languages through apps to be connected with people and friends on the Internet.We have become faster and better.But still we are not ready to stop.Same is the saying of Qualcomm, our mobile should keep on improving and need one-of-a-kind processor that’s smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient than any chipset in history.
So here we have in CES2017 , Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Qualcomm Technologies’ newest mobile SoC is designed to meet every one of these rigorous requirements while setting new standards in mobile performance.
It uses a new 10nm design with more than three billion ultra-efficient transistors, Snapdragon 835 is 35 percent smaller than its predecessor Snapdragon 820.
What does this means? Now we can have all sorts of devices whether it be VR devices like Samsung’s Note 7 used with Gear VR or pc or tablet with smaller size and larger efficiency.It is also designed to use power lesser by 25%,which means you can keep on running your device for long.
Qualcomm has taken care of every user .Whether you are just selfie lover, a youtuber, a tech Geek, a VR Enthu, everyone..
so whats in it for a casual Mobile user and VR future user.
Snapdragon 835 introduces improvements to mobile photography, and video capture designed to deliver smooth zoom, advanced autofocus, and true-to-life colors.
Take Selfie’s Your Way
Snapdragon 835 features improved zoom and stabilization for photos and videos by developing highly optimized software algorithms designed to toggle intelligently between processing sub-systems like the Qualcomm Spectra 180 ISP, Hexagon 682 DSP, and Adreno 540 GPU to deliver a smooth zoom experience. Qualcomm Technologies’ newest generation of video stabilization software, EIS 3.0, is engineered to provide superior 4K video stabilization through advanced yaw, roll, and rolling shutter correction.
Major enhancements have also been introduced to auto-focus. New support for Dual Photodiode (2PD) and updates toour hybrid auto-focus framework are designed to bring intelligent phase and lighting detection to devices,
Catch Internet Faster and better then anyone Else
Snapdragon 835 calls on the best components, including the Qualcomm Kryo 280 CPU, Qualcomm Adreno 540 GPU, and Qualcomm Hexagon 682 DSP, to manage separate workloads — all optimized by the Qualcomm Symphony System Manager to support superior thermals and long battery life.
So Keep listening to Music Whole day, Keep on watching video and play mobile games like you have never before.
Qualcomm is also eyes on next big 5g Network and expects it will revolutionize the mobile computing
— Qualcomm (@Qualcomm) January 6, 2017
— CES (@CES) January 6, 2017
Experience the best of VR & AR
Last Year Qualcomm Technologies announced the Qualcomm Snapdragon VR820 virtual reality reference platform. The Snapdragon VR820 is based on the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor built upon the Snapdragon VR Software Development Kit (SDK), and is designed to create the hardware, software, and content needed to create the truly immersive VR experiences.Using their past expertise they improved the snapdragon 835 to provide Better processing, 25 percent faster 3D graphic rendering and 60X more display colors when compared to the previous generation , 3D positional audio, superior SNR (Signal-to-Noise ratio), and native DSD format support for true high fidelity playback, the processor fully supports Daydream as well.
We are eager to try out first generation devices of this processor and expect to get best of VR Experience on Mobile
THe capability of faster processing also provide computing strength of Machine Learning activities which means we can have faster Object recognition,pattern recognition, real time hand tracking and Interaction in VR without compromising battery life of the phone.
— Qualcomm (@Qualcomm) January 6, 2017