Qualcomm and Razer release Snapdragon G3x mobile gaming device

Qualcomm and Razer just announced the achievement of their new partnership: a mobile gaming platform called Snapdragon G3X, with both companies calling it a “developer kit” to date. present. A lot of people have commented on the similarity of the platform to the very popular Nintendo Switch console.

With Qualcomm at the forefront of the mobile industry in terms of chips, there’s no doubt that the Snapdragon G3X will provide a truly high-quality gaming experience. The console will focus on computer game streaming, consoles, cloud services, and even Android-specific titles.

Qualcomm’s main page for the console outlines its rather impressive capabilities. It will support resolutions up to 4K and 144FPS. The company also boasts that it has 10-bit HDR to portray games in “a billion shades of vivid color”. As for the panel’s overall performance, expect the A-tier as well, with the use of Qualcomm’s Adreno GPU, to offer “rich graphics and up-to-date drivers”.

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Other expected features include monitor attachment, USB-C support, Variable Scale Shading support, etc.

So what are the limitations of Snapdragon G3X? As mentioned earlier, it is currently only a system for developers. Justin Cooney, Razer’s Director of Global Partnerships, make the following statement to The Verge regarding the dashboard:

This is not a Razer hardware announcement. The Snapdragon G3x Developer Kit is a device from Qualcomm. Working with Qualcomm on this collaborative partnership, we look forward to bringing together more publishers and developers and achieving our shared vision of creating the future of mobile gaming.

Qualcomm has had success before with their VR chips, especially the Snapdragon XR2 in Oculus Quest 2. I want to see what the Snapdragon G3X will do for the future of mobile gaming platforms – we’ll see.


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