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Samsung, Qualcomm and Google team up to make ‘extended reality’ products

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What is this? Crossover episode?

At today’s Unpacked flagship event, Samsung unveiled a new product. S23 series flagship devicealongside the new galaxy book 3 seriesBut the surprise is the fact that it’s partnering with Qualcomm and Google to develop new “augmented reality” products and experiences.

Samsung has abbreviated augmented reality as XR. There wasn’t much revealed about the partnership and his future XR products, but we do know that Google is working on a new special version of Android specifically for his AR/VR devices, with Qualcomm backing. I knew. Make chips for the above products.

in an interview given to Washington PostTM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Experience Business, Samsung, said: President Roh’s remarks are clearly aimed at Meta, which is at the forefront of the AR/VR movement, and Apple, which is reportedly releasing new products. The AR/VR headset will be released in 2023.

Roh has not shared any information about specific AR/VR products, nor does he know if the products are already in production. “We’re getting there, but we’re not far off,” he said. “For chipsets, it will be a strategic collaboration with Qualcomm. We will take care of the hardware,” he said.

Samsung last dabbled in AR/VR tech in 2017. Gear VR headset, developed in partnership with Oculus. Since then, Samsung has avoided developing his AR/VR tech. A partnership with Qualcomm and Google makes sense. With the demand for virtual and augmented reality gadgets currently on the rise, it will be interesting to see what the three companies can come up with.

For more on Samsung’s Galaxy S23 line, get hands-on with the new smartphone and all the Unpacked 2023 content here.

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sauce: samsung via: Washington Post

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