ARM Mali-G68 MP2 vs ARM Mali-G57 MP5 vs ARM Mali-G71 MP20
ARM Mali-G68 MP2► remove from comparison
The ARM Mali-G68 MP2 (or G68MC2) is an integrated mid-range graphics card for ARM based SoCs (mostly Android based). The MP2 version uses two of the six possible clusters / cores.
It was introduced mid 2021 in the Samsung Exynos W920 for smartwatches. It is based on the Valhall architecture and is advertised by ARM as a "sub-premium GPU". It offers all features of the Mali-G78 series including improvements for battery runtime and machine learning.
ARM Mali-G57 MP5► remove from comparison
The ARM Mali-G57 MP5 is an integrated mid-range graphics card for ARM based SoCs (mostly Android based). It was introduced mid 2020 in the MediaTek Dimensity 820 and uses 5 clusters (hence the MC5/MP5 name).
The G57 is based on the new Valhall architecture and is intended for mainstream phones.
The performance of the G57MP5 in our benchmarks (in the MediaTek Dimensity 820 / Remi 10x) is comparable to the Adreno 540 and also the ARM Mali-G57 MP6 (most likely due to higher clock rates).
The GPU supports all modern graphics APIs like OpenGL ES 3.2, Vulkan 1.1, OpenCL 2.0 and Renderscript.
ARM Mali-G71 MP20► remove from comparison
The ARM Mali-G71 MP20 is an integrated high-end graphics adapter for ARM SoCs, which was e.g. used in smartphone chip Samsung Exynos 9 8895. It features 20 clusters and is manufactured in 10nm FinFET (in the Exynos 8895). The performance is in the high-end class and therefore all current Android games should run fluently on the chip.