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ARM Cortex-A76 and Mali-G76 unveiled with improved performance

The ARM Cortex-A76 has been unveiled by ARM, the company released the new cores yesterday. So many flagship devices are released every year and these devices, of course, come with a new chipset which requires new cores. That’s where the Cortex-A76 comes in, a new processor for the modern chipset. Oh, a new graphics processing unit is on-board as well, the Mali-G76, ready for 8K video processing.

Compared to its predecessor, the Cortex-A75 which has a 10 nm process technology and clocks at 2.8 GHz, the all-new A76 was built with a 7 nm process technology and will clock up to 3.0 GHz, this will offer 35% higher performance and 40% better power efficiency when compared to the A75. ARM also brought on the trending new AI which is literally everywhere now in the mobile world.

ARM Cortex-A76 and Mali-G76

The ARM Cortex-A76 has a CPU 4x improvement speed in terms of machine learning, with an increased memory bandwidth as well. The feature is tagged “laptop-class” cores, according to ARM. The older A75 will still be used in high-end devices, while the A76 might debut on a flagship before the end of 2018. Let’s talk about the graphics processor for a minute, the Mali-G76 is the latest graphics processor from ARM, with its 7nm process technology, it offers a 50% boost in performance compared to the G72. There’s also an improvement in machine learning as stated above with a 30% better energy efficiency.

ARM Cortex-A76

Apart from the graphics processor, there’s a new video processor on the ARM Cortex-A76, which is the Mali-V76 video processor. The V76 will easily shoot 8K video at 30 fps, that’s whenever mobile cameras and storage space are ready to handle that. With the 25% enhancement in video quality which was promised by ARM, the processor will be able to shoot 8K video at 60 fps or 4K at 120 fps.

Joseph Young
Joseph Young
Joseph Young is a Senior writer at He is a prolific writer who has an eye for everything technology. He is fondly referred to as one of Africa's most sought-after mobile phone reporters.


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