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Google and Samsung Collaborate to Develop XR Headset with New Qualcomm Chip

Are you intrigued by the realm of Mixed Reality (MR) and Virtual Reality (VR) but prefer to experience it through established hardware brands like Samsung or Google rather than the Meta Quest 3? Well, here’s some exciting news! “Both tech giants are joining forces. They aim to bring forth a device equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 chip.

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Qualcomm’s Announcement

Qualcomm’s announcement of this cutting-edge chip included mention of its integration into the upcoming devices from Google and Samsung. While details remain somewhat elusive, Samsung has acknowledged its intent to “deliver the best-in-class XR experience for Galaxy users.” This teases the possibility of a new Galaxy-branded XR device.

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Google’s Software Development

Handling the software development for this device, Google has expressed enthusiasm about its collaboration with Qualcomm and Samsung. They confirmed their excitement about utilizing the Android ecosystem to harness the potential of Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 and enable new experiences. Hence, a fresh Galaxy device geared towards XR experiences with Android technology is on the horizon.

Google and Samsung Collaborate to Develop XR Headset with New Qualcomm Chip (1)

Advancements of XR2+ Gen 2 Chip

The XR2+ Gen 2 chip showcases advancements across various aspects. This is compared to the XR2 Gen 2 found in the recently launched Meta Quest 3 headset. The chart below illustrates enhancements. These cover areas like GPU and CPU frequencies, support for more cameras, and high-resolution screens at 90fps.

For someone not deeply immersed in the XR/VR/AR world, providing comprehensive insights might be challenging. However, if you’re passionate about VR and AR and envision a future where both converge to make the surrounding world more interactive, this development is significant.

As more details emerge or we edge closer to the launch, we’ll strive to keep you updated.

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