Lenovo will introduce ThinkReality A3, a pair of enterprise AR glasses, in the middle of the year. The headset sports a 1080p resolution, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR1 chip. A pair of fish-eye cameras provide motion tracking, while an eight-megapixel RGB camera grabs video for remote use. The device can be used from factory floors and labs to retail and hospitality spaces, as apps can power remote assistance, guided workflows, and 3D visualisation.
Qualcomm Technologies had announced the first 4-series mobile platform, Snapdragon 480 5G, a new chipset to expand the reach of 5G smartphones at an affordable price. It features the Snapdragon X51 5G Modem-RF System to support mmWave and Sub-6 GHz 5G; Standalone (SA) and Non-standalone (NSA) modes. The Snapdragon X51 enables multi-gigabit 5G connections for near-instantaneous uploads and downloads.
Qualcomm has revealed a new chipset, Snapdragon 690 to be featured on $300-$500 range smartphones. It comes with 5G connectivity and will be launched in the market in second half of the year. Nokia, LG Electronics Inc, Lenovo Group will be using the chipset in their mobiles. Cheaper 5G access will improve AI-enhanced gaming experiences, support 120hz refresh rates, 4K HDR visibility support at 192MP, AI-based voice translation, smart camera and video recording.