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Intel Cherry Trail graphics features revealed

Posted on Tuesday, November 19 2013 @ 14:35:00 CET by


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Details leaked about the new graphics features of Intel's future "Cherry Trail" Atom SoC. The biggest improvement that will be noticed by the end-user is the increased focus on power saving. Intel devised three methods to further reduce the power consumption of a Cherry Trail powered system: backlight reduction, refresh rate witching and panel self refresh. You can read a full explanation of each of these features and the other new technologies of Cherry Trail at VR Zone.
Intel’s first power saving feature with Cherry Trail is arguably the simplest: backlight reduction. A backlight on a mobile device is arguably one of the more power-intensive parts of the system. For the most part reducing the intensity of the backlight will do enough to squeeze some extra battery time out of a system, but that comes at a cost — loss of image quality. Intel is promising that with its new image enhancement technology, backlight reduction will no longer result in such substantial drops in image quality.
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