In an exclusive leak posted by tipster Revegnus on X (formerly Twitter), it has been revealed that Samsung, Qualcomm, and AMD are collaborating to develop ‘FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR)’ software for Galaxy phones. While specific details about the FSR project have not been disclosed by Revegnus, it is plausible that Samsung is preparing it for its forthcoming flagship S series phones.
What is FidelityFX Super Resolution?
FSR leverages upscaling and frame generation techniques to enhance framerates in supported games. It is versatile and can function on a wide range of GPUs, delivering top-tier gaming performance. Presently, FSR is accessible on AMD Radeon GPUs and is compatible with select games.
Exclusive: AMD, Samsung, and Qualcomm have decided to jointly develop ‘FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR)’ in order to compete with NVIDIA’s DLSS, and it is anticipated that FSR technology will be implemented in Samsung’s Galaxy alongside ray tracing in the future. pic.twitter.com/m4S8MFB601
— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) November 3, 2023
The development of FSR for mobile could potentially revolutionize gaming by using AI to generate additional high-quality frames and enhance image quality through the creation of additional pixels.
To get a clearer understanding of how this technology will operate on smartphones, we’ll have to await an official announcement from Samsung and its partners. What is certain is that Samsung has ambitious plans to introduce numerous new AI features to the Galaxy S24 series, with FSR potentially being one of the exciting features slated for these devices.
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