Google Android continues to have the lion share of the mobile market, powering around 75% of all smartphones and tablets, making it the most used operating system in the world. Imagination’s PowerVR architecture-based IP and the Android OS are bedfellows, with a host of devices based on Android coming to market all the time. Here we list a few that have appeared in Q4 2020.
Harry Potter Wizards Unite is the Augmented Reality game of the moment and, arguably, the best one available right now, and it’s looking great on Power VR-based phones.
Want to game on the move? You no longer need a handheld gaming system. Even today’s budget phones will do the job. We’ve been trying out some of the latest and greatest Android games on a relatively affordable handset – the Honor 8A.
If you were at GDC 2019 or have been following our announcements, you may have heard about or even seen a demo of our complete
In the first half of last year, the technology industry was taken somewhat by surprise when it noticed that Google’s Chromebook project was working. With
The PowerVR architecture is quick to support the latest technologies, and the Vulkan API is a case in point. Vulkan is a modern API that
Released in the UK on the 22nd of August, the latest Android OS (7.0 Nougat) brings with it support for the Vulkan™ API and also a
VR requires the support of many components in modern phones. This starts with the sensor for recording the motion of the head, the CPU driving
Imagination designed its PowerVR Tile-Based Deferred Rendering (TBDR) graphics architecture more than 20 years ago with a focus on efficiency across performance, power consumption and
At last, the PowerVR Graphics SDK v4.0 is live! Featuring an all-new Framework and a host of improvements to our existing utilities, v4.0 is one
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