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AMD FSR could end up reaching smartphones with chips from Samsung and Qualcomm

It is seen that Image rescaling technologies will be part of the future to improve device performance, especially those who may become out of date, as is the case with Nintendo Switch with AMD FSR. Rumors have recently emerged that AMD would be working with Samsung and Qualcomm to bring FSR technology to future smartphones.

The next smartphones from Samsung and Qualcomm could benefit from FSR “FidelityFX Super Resolution” and AMD Ray Tracing technologies. That would give them a huge benefit to focus more on the gamers.

AMD FSR on smartphones is possible

This rumor comes from leaker @Tech_Reve, who has stated that AMD, Samsung and Qualcomm have decided to work together on FSR technology to compete with NVIDIA's DLSS and Apple's MetalFX. The FSR would be incorporated by future smartphones, seeing that the collaborators are two of the most established mobile manufacturers and that focus more on their virtues for gaming.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC logo

The use of AMD's FSR would be ideal, because it has been seen that Works with a wide range of hardware, including third-party GPUs. Being hardware agnostic would make it useful in the mobile sector, which is increasingly having more technically ambitious games.

Learn about the screen resolution, since that is what AMD's FSR rescaling technology plays with.

Samsung already uses AMD's RDNA GPU IP for its Exynos mobile chips, and Qualcomm could leverage AMD FRS for its Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SOC for high-end mobiles. This would make them able to compete with Apple's MetaFX and NVIDIA's DLSS, which is only applicable to desktop and laptop graphics cards.

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Benjamin Rosa

Madrileño whose publishing career began in 2009. I love investigating curiosities that I later bring to you, readers, in articles. I studied photography, a skill that I use to create humorous photomontages.

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