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Qualcomm partners with LofeIt to bring advanced haptics to Android phones – XDA Developers

Qualcomm has announced a partnership with advanced haptics technologies provider LofeIt to bring enhanced haptics experiences to Android devices.



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Over the last week, we’ve talked about several new features included in the first Android 12 Developer Preview build. But the new audio-coupled haptic effect feature is undoubtedly the coolest out of the lot. The feature aims to deliver an enhanced haptics experience by automatically syncing your phone’s vibrations with the ongoing audio session. It will likely make gaming on Android phones much more immersive. Along with Google, Qualcomm is also working on bringing better haptics capabilities to…

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