- Qualcomm’s new ‘Super Resolution Gaming’ tech enhances mobile game graphics and resolution without performance loss.
- GSR is similar to FSR1 tech in PC gaming and improves smartphone battery performance.
- Advancements like GSR suggest a promising future for mobile gaming as it competes with PC and console gaming.
Mobile gaming has been a topic of debate, with its advantages and disadvantages discussed at length. However, the one common consensus among people is that mobile gaming is lacking in resolution quality. Despite being convenient and portable, even high-end flagship phones can struggle to perform optimally, despite their costly price tags that rival mid-high-range budget gaming PCs.
The core issue of this problem is the technology used by the chipset manufacturers. There is a famous saying in the tech world that no matter how powerful the hardware is without proper software optimization it’s just a hunk of wires and circuits.
So In order to tackle this problem, Qualcomm is working on its latest technology in the world of gaming. This new advancement is called ‘Snapdragon Super Resolution Gaming.’ This term may be new to Smartphone users but in the world of gaming, it’s a popular term that is used for technologies that enhance the resolution of the games through their software and hardware optimizations.
FSR or Dlss is a piece of tech that enables the gamer to upset their resolution of a game without any extra loss of performance. This tech can almost be considered a miracle as it greatly enhances the textures of the game without any loss in frame rate or performance of the game.
According to Qualcomm, the developers of the Snapdragon chipset, The new Super Resolution gaming is going to enhance the graphics of the game on par with FSR1. Although FSR1 is pretty old tech in the world of PC gaming to mobile gamers this is already enough of a revolutionization that could open the gates of further greater opportunities.
Not only Gaming Super Resolution (GSR) will improve the graphics of the game, but it will also improve the battery performance of your smartphone. From the results shown by Qualcomm, the phones with GSR enabled consumed much less power than the phones which didn’t have GSR enabled.
The future of Mobile Gaming looks bright and shining. If mobile gaming continues to move forward in the right direction then in a few years it might be able to stand head-to-head with PC and console gaming. To know more about Mobile Gaming Advancements read this, “Nvidia GeForce: High-Performance PC Gaming on Your Phone“