Over the past year, Huawei / Honor has introduced new technology for its smartphones. Turbo GPU technology has come to improve the performance of your processors while reducing power consumption.
Now, according to the patent registration for the name "Neuro Game Booster", it seems that Samsung will be developing a technology rival to that of Huawei. Thus, it is possible that soon the South Korean manufacturer's smartphones will present themselves as even better gadgets for gaming.
The application for registration of this name was sent on 21st January to the European Union Intellectual Property. In its description it is clearly stated that this is gaming software for smartphones. In addition, it also refers to its capabilities related to artificial intelligence.
Samsung is preparing response to Huawei's popular software for gamers
At the introduction of the GPU Turbo, fans of Honor's smartphones were delighted, especially video game lovers. Smartphones that have so far been pleased to receive the new technology have seen their performance improve considerably.
While it doesn't work miracles, the Turbo GPU has proven itself to be very effective at maintaining stable performance. While improving power consumption levels. This way, their smartphones started to be seen as excellent 'machines gaming'.
Unfortunately, about the alleged technology being developed by Samsung, there is no additional information whatsoever. We can assume that 'Neuro Game Booster' will arrive with the same intent of maximizing the performance of your smartphones during gaming sessions.
Finally, the question also arises whether this technology will be available exclusively for variants with its Exynos processor, or whether it will also be available for variants with Snapdragon.
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