Bringing Premium Graphics to Mainstream Mobile
Consumers purchasing mainstream smartphones expect enhanced functionality and access to features, including low-power virtual reality such as virtual spaces, superior everyday gaming, augmented reality, and fast browsing. Based on the new Arm Bifrost architecture, which has been updated to include a redesigned texturing unit with double the throughput, the video processor chip in the Mali-G51 GPU brings premium graphics to mainstream mobile devices.
Demand for mainstream devices caters not only to complex UIs and casual gaming, but also to lower-power VR and virtual spaces applications. To meet these requirements, a mainstream GPU needs a balance of area and energy efficiency, all within the smallest silicon area. Mali-G51 is the smallest and most efficient Vulkan-enabled GPU for screen resolutions up to 4K.
Find out how Mali-G51 balances area and energy efficiency to reduce manufacturing cost.
Mali-V61 is a flexible and scalable multi-standard video processing solution, designed for Generation-Z use cases. It includes innovations such as VP9 encoding that scales across all levels and price points for mobile and home SoC requirements.
Mali-D51 is the first display processor to bring the benefits of the new Komeda display architecture to the mainstream. Mali-D51 offloads the GPU by performing composition, in-line rotation, high-quality scaling gamma/de-gamma, and other imaging processing before sending the final image to the screen.
Arm-based chips, device architectures, and technologies orchestrate the performance of everything that makes modern life possible — from smartphones to agricultural sensors and from medical instruments to servers.
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