The ARM Mali-G710 flagship will cater to phones and laptops, while the Mali-G510 unit will deliver moderate graphics performance and the Mali-G310 will deliver satisfactory entry-level graphics performance.
Arm continues the same synergy on the graphics side, introducing new generations that offer significant improvements on the Cortex side compared to the previous generation. The Mali-G710, G510, and G-310 graphics units come with numerous innovations.
In the mobile graphics unit segment, Apple and Qualcomm are by far the leaders in terms of performance, but in terms of quantity, Mali stands out. In 2020 alone, 1 billion Mali graphics chips found their place in electronic devices. The bestseller in the segment is Mali again.
Financial technologies, which appeal to a wide range of people from smartphones to tablets and televisions, will now power laptops as well. The Mali-G710 graphics unit is 20 percent faster and more energy-efficient than the Mali-G78 unit. It will be available on Chromebook models as well as flagship phones.
It represents the third generation of Valhall architecture, so it shares the same lines in essence as the Mali-G77 and Mali-G78 graphics units, but video impressions, visuals, and games are better-optimized thanks to advanced artificial intelligence. The Mali-G610 is the same but only appeals to smartphones due to its smaller core scaling.
The Mali-G510 graphics unit replaces the G51 unit but is notable for its performance improvement of up to twice as much, 22 percent better energy efficiency, and twice as good AI performance. It will be a fairly ideal chip for mid-range phones and smart television products.
The hidden star of the night is the Mali-G310 unit. Compared to the G31 unit, up to a 4.5x increase in Vulcan performance and 6x faster pattern unit, as well as doubling improvement in Android interface processing performance will make it an entry-level sought-after chip. We seem to see the Cortex-A510 and Mali-G310 very often.