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Looking Ahead to the Future of AI-Enhanced Smartphones and Laptops

We are only at the looking beginning of this iceberg

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Last week, Qualcomm revealed the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU. The important advancement is enhanced AI, which will work in the background to greatly boost user experience on phones that will be on sale in a few weeks.

The majority of tasks should be considerably enhanced by this AI implementation. Looking from the modem’s ability to optimize voice and data connections to enhancements in image capture, image viewing, and overall power efficiency.

In essence, the Snapdragon 8 premium smartphone generation after that should perform much better than both the previous generation and non-Qualcomm devices.

Let’s discuss how AI will progressively enhance your smartphone experience. A business notebook from HP with AMD processors that may represent the new benchmark in terms of size and functionality for performance-driven mobile professionals.

Coming AI Disruption from Qualcomm

The decade of AI in the 2020s is likely to be remembered. Nowadays, a lot of applications for sales and marketing that are outward-focused incorporate artificial intelligence. The AI we interact with the most, such as that from Apple and Google, is currently not true AI and is instead a spoken interface for already-existing internet search engines.

This is why we weren’t given the experiences we were promised when Siri-like interactions were promised for our phones.

However, just as AI in the rest of the IT sector is developing, so too is the AI capability in our smartphones. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 solution is a big AI advancement.

This AI advancement would initially enhance performance and battery life. Both of these were criticized in the Snapdragon 8’s first version.

AI can be used to enable real-time upsampling for graphics performance. Producing better images for things like videos and games with lower processing overhead. Up to 25% faster GPU performance, up to 4.35 times faster AI performance, and significantly more efficient power use for longer battery life.

Let’s now discuss feature enhancements, which are also important.

Network, audio, and video

Switching to Wi-Fi 7, the newest Wi-Fi technology. Which offers significantly faster data rates and potentially longer ranges, is one of the networking enhancements. Testing will have to wait until Wi-Fi 7 routers become available, which is expected to happen soon.

More precise facial and object detection, thanks to AI, is one of the camera’s advancements.  Along with a dramatic increase in processor-focused features like backdrop blue, which has become popular for video conversations since the epidemic (since not all of us keep our offices neat enough to share).

Expect the AI camera features to improve automated photo editing.  Giving the final image a much more polished appearance and making all the things in the frame more distinct. The new camera should support 8K HDR video encoding. Arriving just in time for the transition to 8K TVs and monitors, which are expected in 2023 and, ideally, at significantly lower costs than what we currently have.

For most of us, this will merely serve as protection against premature obsolescence. Ensuring that we will have content to display on an 8K display when we eventually acquire one.

The camera will be able to capture and block elements at various depths in the image more effectively with improved image segmentation. The AI will then be able to apply custom lighting and contrast to these elements to make everything you want to see stand out in the image. Making it easier for you to remove anything you don’t want to be in the picture, like your cousin photobombing you.

Considerable active noise suppression will considerably improve the sound. Going far beyond what most of us have ever experienced. In demonstrations, using this feature appears to cancel out all background noise save for the speaker’s voice. Which is crucial for those of us who film or conduct video conferences in busy settings.

Potentially, both laptops and cell phones can use this technology.

Future Merge of Smartphones and Laptops 

The majority of the functionality shown off by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip will also be accessible on laptops. The performance improvement for laptops using this component should be far greater than it would be if it were simply the new processor.  Thanks to Microsoft’s decision to eliminate the emulation requirement from Arm processors.

This creates a distinct advantage for this upgraded Qualcomm technology. With the possibility of a new hybrid product that enables one device to bridge the needs with accessories for both laptop and smartphone use cases.

Qualcomm-based PCs would become more widely available if their battery life were extended and their performance was increased. They had far better video conferencing capabilities than x86-based systems.

Additionally, as smartphone and laptop use cases become more tightly integrated. It’s looking possible that a blended solution will eventually render both current platforms obsolete. And create something new that is potentially more capable, less expensive, and simpler. To support than maintaining what are currently very different offerings.

Final Thoughts: Future AI utilized in personal technology promises considerably superior images and sounds automatic, sophisticated, and easier-to-use security measures. Like biometrics, increased network and system performance, far longer battery life, and longer-lasting batteries.

The AI revolution, however, is just getting started. Upcoming advancements will let your devices solve problems in the real world better, including real-time translation of a foreign language. And alter your video image in real-time to make sure you look your best in photos, movies, and especially video conversations.

We are only at the looking beginning of this iceberg. As the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 solution is anticipated, with advancements in head-mounted displays, and mixed reality technologies. And the impending metaverse revolution. Something, while it is fantastic, even better, is still to come.

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