Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship smartphone could be a gaming powerhouse if recent leaks are to be believed. Dubbed ‘Mi 10 Pro+’, this smartphone could come with an interesting feature aimed at mobile gamers.
As per tipster Ice Universe, Xiaomi is working closely with Qualcomm on a brand-new Game Turbo suite. Accompanying the tweet are a couple of screenshots that show what this new feature will be able to do. You will be able to adjust various GPU parameters and modes, including GPU frequency, anti-aliasing, texture and anisotropic filters, and more.
Super Leak：Xiaomi Mi10 Pro+ has a unique feature: Game Turbo, a mode developed by Xiaomi and Qualcomm's GPU team, which is unprecedented. You can use it to adjust GPU parameters and modes, including GPU frequency adjustment and so on. pic.twitter.com/Tu609T7Dy9— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 30, 2020
Such advanced settings are something usually found on PCs. Smartphone OEMs like Huawei and OPPO have offered gaming performance boosts via ‘GPU Turbo’ and ‘Hyper Boost’ technologies. But Xiaomi and Qualcomm seem to be taking things up a notch by giving users more control over the GPU performance.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+ has been in the news for quite some time now. If leaks are anything to go by, it could be unveiled in August. As the name suggests, this will be an upgraded version of the Mi 10 Pro. Recently, an unannounced Xiaomi device was spotted on AnTuTu benchmarks with an overclocked Snapdragon 865 under the hood. Believed to be the Mi 10 Pro+, it scored 687,422, which is the highest managed by any smartphone so far.
As per leaks, the Mi 10 Pro+ could feature a 6.67-inch waterfall display with 2340x1080 pixels resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate. Other rumored specs include a 4,500mAh battery with wireless charging support, and a 48MP primary camera sensor.