Qualcomm will expand its cooperation with Adobe

Qualcomm is hosting the Snapdragon Technology Summit from November 15th to November 17th. In addition to announcing the launch of the second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform, it also confirmed that it will expand its cooperation with Adobe to support creative experiences on Snapdragon mobile, computing, and XR terminals, and jointly push users to break through the boundaries of creativity and productivity.

Qualcomm said that Windows PCs equipped with Snapdragon computing platforms will natively support Adobe Fresco and Adobe Acrobat; with Snapdragon Spaces-enabled products, Adobe 3D and immersive media creation tools will expand creators’ creation and viewing capabilities through augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR); Adobe’s goal is to extend the Aero app to smartphones around the world powered by the flagship Snapdragon platform.

At present, based on Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom for Windows, we have rich experience on Snapdragon devices,
Adobe remains committed to bringing the native experience of Creative Cloud to Snapdragon platforms, including Adobe Fresco and Adobe Acrobat.

Adobe AI technology supports the powerful Adobe Sensei, combined with the Qualcomm AI engine of the Snapdragon computing platform terminal device, users will have a better experience in creative workflows and tasks, including super-resolution, background removal, color enhancement, content editing on the go, and more.

Qualcomm and Adobe intend to collaborate on workflows for XR creation and use powered by the Snapdragon Spaces XR developer platform for VR/MR headsets and AR glasses, and extend Adobe 3D and immersive media creation tools from smartphones and PCs to XR products. In the future, users will be able to view and interact with Adobe 3D and immersive media content more deeply.