Android Q will improve gaming performance for on the cheapest smartphones
The time has passed when such a demanding game required a nonweak computer, and now smart phones can easily cope with this task. But in our time, not all smartphones can boast of performance like the top flagships, Google decided to take care of the owners of middle-class devices. The new Android Q firmware will support the ANGLE engine, which will run on top of the Vulkan API. Its task is to translate the signals of OpenGL ES 2.0 and 3.0 into signals of OpenGL, OpenGL ES, Direct3D 9 and Direct3D 11. The engine will help to open new opportunities for video accelerators, allow better processing of 3D graphics. Android Q is still in beta testing, but the ANGLE engine can be tested by activating the parameter in the developer settings. Simply put, if you have purchased a weak smartphone that does not support the latest version of OpenGL ES, ANGLE, while not able to provide support for all versions of OpenGL ES at the software level, will help you simulate this by translating signals. Thereby increasing the processing speed of the game and the speed of the game itself. If Google manages to complete it, it will give a second wind to all mid-range smartphones.