Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra can be called a full-fledged gaming smartphone, although the manufacturer does not position it as a gaming gadget
This week Xiaomi introduced the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra smartphone, with which the manufacturer celebrated its 10th anniversary. Among its features, it is worth highlighting the best, according to DxoMark, camera, 120-watt charging, stereo sound, and a screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate.
Following the announcement of the smartphone, Qualcomm has officially announced that it is the world’s first phone to support the Adreno GPU control panel. There are quite a few gaming smartphones on the market, however, none of them offers as extensive GPU customization options as the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. This feature was jointly developed by Xaomi and Qualcomm engineers.
The American SoC manufacturer Qualcomm calls this menu the Adreno GPU Control Panel and is part of the MIUI Game Turbo 4.0 in Mi 10 Ultra. This menu allows smartphone owners to customize settings such as anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, texture filtering, frame rate, and so on, just like PC users do.
In addition, it was announced that the Adreno 650 GPU installed in the smartphone also supports updated drivers. In other words, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra can be called a full-fledged gaming smartphone, although the manufacturer does not position it as a gaming gadget.
This information was first published by the well-known insider Ice Universe at the end of July, and has now been officially confirmed. Another “plus” in the track record of an insider.