PUBG Mobile and Qualcomm are working on 90 FPS gameplay
Soon, all PUBG Mobile fans will be able to play their favorite game at 90 frames per second. Qualcomm announced close collaboration with PUBG Mobile developers on Snapdragon Tech Summit on December 5 this year. Their goal is to provide players with a comfortable game on devices supporting a frequency of 90 Hz. Undoubtedly, soon more and more devices will come out with a given frequency of screens, but Qualcomm decided to add support for screens with a frequency of 144 Hz, although at the moment more than one smartphone with such a frequency has yet to be released. In addition, the company is also working on support for 10-bit HDR, which will significantly expand the graphic potential of the game, make it brighter and better. It is worth assuming that this support will be released as early as 2020, possibly with the release of the first smartphone with a Snapdragon 865 chip.