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Qualcomm Adds Computer Vision, Biometric Cameras To Spectra Module Program

Qualcomm Technologies Inc. revealed new options to the Spectra ISP Module Program, which add computer vision, computational photography, advanced extended reality (XR), and biometric capabilities to the company’s mobile technology portfolio.
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