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PUBG Mobile to support 90fps, true 10-bit HDR

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With the launch of Qualcomm’s newest flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset, you can expect PUBG Mobile to get a significant visual and performance upgrade. The processor has essential features that can help improve gaming performance, particularly for the game mentioned above.

Qualcomm announced during the second day of the Snapdragon Tech Summit that PUBG Mobile would get a 90fps mode and true 10-bit HDR.

Livestream of the 2nd day of Qualcomm’s #SnapdragonSummit. The PUBG Mobile bit can be seen at the 2:08:00 mark

With support for 90fps, PUBG Mobile can make full use of screens with high refresh rates and offer a more fluid experience when compared to Snapdragon 855-powered devices with 90Hz displays.

The OPPO Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and ASUS ROG Phone 2 are all examples of phones that have a 90Hz or faster panel. Huawei and Samsung are expected to release devices with a similar screen soon.

Meanwhile, true 10-bit HDR will push PUBG Mobile’s existing HDR mode to drastically improve visual quality. You can expect to see a better dynamic range this time.

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We have to wait for the new chip to come out on phones to see what effect these features will have on the game. We might see it on a handset sooner than later. Realme is gearing up to be one of the first smartphone makers to launch a Snapdragon 865 phone.

Earlier this year, reports stated that PUBG Mobile had more than 400 million players and 50 million daily active users — more than Fortnite on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and iOS combined. The game can be downloaded on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for free.

Via 9To5Google

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