The 2019 SnapDragon Technology Summit is once again held in Maui, Hawaii. As in previous years, Qualcomm has invited many media and industry insiders to the site to learn about and experience the company’s latest technological advances. With the start of the 5G year, its latest flagship mobile platform, the Snapdragon 865, has captured the eye of countless people. This mobile chipset supports many cool features, especially for cameras and 5G.
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After the keynote, rich Woods, editor ofmedia Neowin, reviewed a demonstration of the new features of SnapDragon’s flagship SoC. He was impressed by the 4K Dolby HDR video playback capabilities of the SnapSnapdragon 865 platform through visual comparisons between the two devices.
Another cool demo is editing collaboration for 8K video through 5G. It saw Qualcomm’s representatives make changes to the video, add new clips, and then sync them to another device, and both devices can collaborate at the same time.
In addition, Qualcomm shows an untimely 960fps slow-motion video recording, which means users can easily record moments. Clearly, many mobile devices today are not up to the job.
In addition to manually turning on, the prototype device’s built-in AI also automatically turns on slow motion recording when fast motion is detected. Although the results of the early presentations may seem poor, it is believed that the algorithms will improve further over time.