PUBG Mobile Soon to Get 90fps and 10-bit HDR Support

Qualcomm has recently declared its next-gen flagship mobile processor, the Snapdragon 865 chip, during the ongoing Snapdragon Tech Summit 2019 in Hawaii. The company claims that the latest SoC from the company will give better performance.

The Snapdragon 865 includes support for both mmWave and sub-6Ghz networks in both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes, along with a number of important power-saving features and enhanced carrier aggregation techniques.

It is coming with support for 5G, 200 MP cameras along with 144Hz displays. But this is not the end. There is good news for the game lovers as the processor also features some key functionality that will give the players improved gaming experience, especially for PUBG Mobile players.

On the second day of the Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm has revealed that PUBG Mobile will get support for true 10-bit HDR and a 90fps mode. Snapdragon 865 powered devices are capable of pushing 90fps in-game. This will help the users to experience the high refresh-rate displays on their smartphones.

It is likely to say that PUBG Mobile will feel even more fluid on devices powered by the new chip when compared to Snapdragon 855 powered devices with 90Hz displays.

The visuals will further be developed with support for true 10-bit HDR that will go above and beyond PUBG Mobile’s current HDR mode. The HDR mode that is currently available in the in-game settings, does not offer a significant bump in visual quality. But are expecting to see better dynamic range with true 10-bit HDR support. As soon as OEMs start rolling out their Snapdragon 865 powered devices, we will be sure how these impact PUBG Mobile gameplay.