Samsung, Google and Qualcomm are making a mixed reality platform

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  • With our Snapdragon XR tech, Samsung’s amazing products, and Google experiences we have the foundation to make this opportunity a reality,” Amon said onstage.Lockheimer noted that Google has been investing in both AR and VR “across experiences and technology”.
  • He added that this partnership will provide “cutting-edge advanced hardware and software” to “deliver the next-gen technology.”This project of three giants sounds like a partnership form to fend off competition from Meta and Apple.
  • On the AR side of things, the search giant debuted Project Tango in 2014, which was a mix of hardware and software to scan 3D spaces, only to abandon it in 2019.Three companies have worked together with each other on numerous projects.
  • Apart from hardware, Samsung and Google have partnered to release a version of Wear OS and to enable cross-platform compatibility for Matter-enabled smart home products.Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 Ultra arrives with a 200-megapixel camera
  • Meta has been harping about investing in the metaverse and immersive experiences for the last few years.
  • The company also unveiled a $1,499 Quest Pro headset last year.
Samsung, Google and Qualcomm are joining hands to make a mixedreality platform. Executives from the companies, namely Samsungs TM Roh, Qualcomms Cristiano Amon, and Googles Hiroshi Lockheimer cam [+2308 chars]