ARM Cortex-A53 presented and Mali-G71

ARM Cortex-A53 presented and Mali-G71

Both products are already available for manufacturers and MediaTek, Huawei, Marvell, and seven more companies have received a license for the new solutions from ARM, and began testing them. Most likely, we will not find Cortex-A73 and Mali-G71 in commercially available devices until the beginning of next year.

With the launch Daydream VR-platform Android N, soon we should see some new devices with built-in technology. And ARM company is not going to stand aside, presenting today at Computex 2016 new core Cortex-A73 and a graphics accelerator Mali-G71.

ARM Cortex-A53 presented and Mali-G71

Both products are already available for manufacturers and MediaTek, Huawei, Marvell, and seven more companies have received a license for the new solutions from ARM, and began testing them. Most likely, we will not find Cortex-A73 and Mali-G71 in commercially available devices until the beginning of next year.

Cortex-A73 is 30% faster than the A72, and is built using the 10-nm process technology. Mali-G71 will support displays with 4K resolution with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is 33% above the minimum value of 90 Hz, which is necessary for the VR. This means that the graphics chip helps update the screen at 120 frames per second.

Mali-G71 50% faster and 20% more energy efficient than the Mali-T880. After a delay of 4 ms, users do not have to worry about the rate. Also, the accelerator has 32 shader yadrasi that twice as much as is used in the Mali-T880. This should help display images more accurately and clearly.

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