ARM a British holding company which develops and licenses the architectures of Smartphones, set-top box, and the Internet of Things products. The company has shipped 125 billion chips to various brands. Well, now the company has announced four new chips, and two of them are Mali-G52 and Mali-G31 GPU, and the rest of them are Mali-D51 display processor and Mali-V52 video processor. So, let’s have a look at the details on the new chips.
It is meant for the premium experience on the mainstream devices, and it is coming with 30% more power and performance efficiency than its predecessor G51. The all-new Mali-G52 also has eight ALU pipelines within its execution, and it is capable to deliver 3.5x improvements in machine learning performance and artificial intelligence workloads. Moreover, the company says that it consumes 15% less power and produces less heat compared to the previous GPUs.
The Mali-G31 is smaller than the Mali-G52, and it brings ARM’s Bifrost architecture. It is 20% smaller, provides a 20% better performance density and 12% better in UI performance. The GPU will also support for OpenGL ES 3.2 and the latest-generation Vulkan API. Moreover, the company is also working with Google to bring support for the ARCore to both the GPUs.
The company has announced the display processor along with the two new GPUs, and it is the first DPU based on the chip makers Komeda architecture. It has 30% more power efficient and it is 50% better in memory latency, moreover, it also supports eight fully layers of scene complexity. The company also says that it is fully optimized to work system memory management units.
Coming to the Mali-V52 is the fourth chip which is the company has announced, and it is company\s latest generation video processor. Which provides double decode performance, and gives 20% better upload quality. Moreover, the company says that it will give you clear and crisp 4K video at 60 frames per second.
Availability of the new chips
Right now, there is no exact timeline for the new chips. The company has just announced the design, and if everything goes according to the plan then we can see these chips in future smartphones, set-top box, and the Internet of Things products later this year.