Qualcomm announced Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 with 4.3K resolution per eye support

Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 chipset for extended reality headsets today. That would include AR, MR, and VR devices. The platform that will be used by Samsung and Google in their future headsets supports 4.3K resolution for each eye with up to 90 frames per second resolution.

Qualcomm brings Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 with 4.3K resolution per eye support

The XR2+ Gen arrives with a 15% higher GPU and 20% higher CPU max frequency compared with the regular XR2 Gen 2. The upgraded hardware allows dynamic foveated rendering, space warp, and game super-resolution even in 4K graphics.

Qualcomm is using on-device AI that will support 12 or more concurrent cameras that should improve spatial interactions, including head, controller, facial expression, depth estimation, and 3D reconstruction.

The platform supports 12 ms full-color video see-through, and devices with the XR2+ Gen 2 would work on all wireless protocols, including Wi-Fi 6, 6E, and 7.

Qualcomm brings Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 with 4.3K resolution per eye support

With support for such heavy features, we expect new headsets to compete with the Apple Vision Pro. Qualcomm remained silent on the matter of when we should expect the first devices with the Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 chip.

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