Oppo announces that its next smartphone in the Find X range will be one of the first mobiles equipped with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor from Qualcomm. Oppo has notably worked with Qualcomm to optimize the efficiency of Ray Tracing rendering and thus enjoy even more striking 3D graphics on mobile.
The word to Pete Lau, senior vice president and product manager at Oppo
In addition, this collaboration makes it possible to integrate for the first time on smartphones the Google Cloud Vertex AI NAS - or Google NAS - which improves the energy efficiency and latency of AI processing on mobile. "The collaboration between Oppo and Qualcomm Technologies has reached a new milestone," said Pete Lau, senior vice president and chief product officer at Oppo. Together, we have conducted research in cutting-edge technology areas that will support the development of innovative technologies on mobile. Leveraging Oppo's vast experience in graphics and AI, as well as the performance of the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, Oppo and Qualcomm Technologies have made a breakthrough in Ray Tracing on mobile and brought Google NAS to smartphones for the first time. We look forward to expanding our collaboration with Qualcomm to redefine the smartphone experience by putting cutting-edge technologies in the hands of millions of users.”
The word to Ziad Asghar, Vice President of Products at Qualcomm
“We are thrilled to be working with Oppo to bring an accelerated Ray Tracing experience to mobile gaming,” said Ziad Asghar, vice president of product at Qualcomm. The collaboration between Qualcomm Technologies and Oppo in this area will enable gaming developers to take full advantage of desktop Ray Tracing quality to deliver the highest visual fidelity and unlock next-level gaming experience. on mobile, all in real time and with a usable frame rate. This collaboration covers the entire render stack, an important step to boost the mobile game ecosystem. We look forward to deepening our cooperation with Oppo to further explore the innovations made possible on smartphones powered by the high-end Snapdragon processor”