Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon XR2 Plus 1st generation processor

Qualcomm has just officially unveiled the 1st generation Snapdragon XR2 Plus chip, which acts as the beating heart of the Meta Quest Pro headset.

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Qualcomm has just officially unveiled the 1st generation Snapdragon XR2 Plus chip, which acts as the beating heart of the Meta Quest Pro headset.

Meta recently unveiled its Quest Pro headset and announced that the chip used in it is Snapdragon XR2 Plus generation 1. Apart from this, no other specific information about this chip has been published, but fortunately Qualcomm itself shared all its details with users with the official unveiling of this chip.

Snapdragon XR2 Plus Generation 1, which is called Also known as the XR2+, it uses a new image processing system that can deliver a full-color video feed to mixed reality users with a latency of just 10 milliseconds. This chip also supports 360-degree videos with 8K resolution and 60 frames per second.

Among other features of Snapdragon XR2 Plus 1st generation, we can mention the "simultaneous perception" technology, which is able to simultaneously move movements. Monitor hand, head and controller. The chip also supports 3D reconstruction, automatically maps and analyzes the room, and offers very high pixel density. In addition to the above, Snapdragon XR2+ has been designed 30% better than before in terms of temperature performance, and its stable performance has been improved by 50% compared to the previous generation. In this way, it is cooler and can continue to perform well at high pressure.

The interesting thing is that the meta controllers of this headset, Quest Touch Pro, are equipped with Snapdragon 662; A chip that allows controllers to use multiple positioning cameras built into them for tracking while all that data is sent to the headset with minimal latency.

According to Qualcomm, many products They are going to go to the market equipped with Snapdragon +XR2 chip and this will happen by the end of this year. So far, Qualcomm's XR series chips have been used in more than 60 augmented reality-based products around the world.

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