Xiaomi recently launched Mi 10 Ultra to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The handset features many firsts like 120W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and Quick Charge 5.0. After the announcement of the device, Qualcomm also confirmed that it is the first phone to support Adreno GPU Control Panel.
The Mi 10 Ultra is the most powerful and feature-packed commercially available smartphone from the house of Xiaomi. Unfortunately, it is limited to China as the company has no plans to launch it in global markets. Due to this, people outside China will miss out on many firsts that are present on this phone.
There are a number of gaming smartphones available internationally but none of them offers granular GPU controls like the Mi 10 Ultra. In fact, this feature is developed in partnership with the GPU maker Qualcomm itself.
The American chipmaker calls it Adreno GPU Control Panel and it is part of MIUI’s Game Turbo 4.0 in Mi 10 Ultra. It enables users to tweak parameters like anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, texture filtering, frame rate, and others just like on desktop GPUs.
Further, the Adreno 650 GPU present inside it also supports updateable GPU drivers. In other words, this handset acts as a gaming smartphone without being one.
We are not sure which globally available device will be the first to bring Qualcomm Adreno GPU Control Panel but hopefully, it arrives sooner than later.
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