ARM teases an upcoming GPU in terms of performance gains over that of its 2021 flagship
The latest and most powerful crop of ARM's mobile GPUs included the Mali-G78, a variant of which is found in the new Tensor processor designed for Google's new Pixel 6 smartphones. However, the chip architecture-maker has also recently announced its successor, the Mali-G710.
It could be thought of as the graphics counterpart of the upcoming Cortex-X2 core, and may thus play an important role in next-gen flagship-grade chipsets such as the potentially competitive MediaTek Dimensity 2000. Nevertheless, ARM is forging right ahead with presentations that allude to a successor to the G710.
It is already rated for an overall performance boost of 30% over that GPU, which is rated for analogous improvements of 35% over the Mali-G78 in turn. ARM has also reportedly revealed that it is capable of single-precision floating-point (or FP32) speeds of 4.7 times higher than those of the existing Mali-G76 GPU.
Then again, this apparent significant upgrade may not be unveiled in full until 2022, and even lacks for a final product name at present.