The Arm Cortex-A76 CPU is based on DynamIQ technology, which the company claims can bring laptop-class performance while maintaining a smartphone power budget. The core delivers 35% generation-over-generation performance gain with 40 percent improved efficiency. The new Cortex-A76 also delivers 4x compute performance improvements for AI/ML at the edge, enabling responsive, secure experiences on PCs and smartphones.
The Mali-G76 core provides 30 percent more efficiency and performance density for graphical applications, allowing developers the ability to bring more high-end gaming titles to mobile platforms and integrate augmented and virtual reality into new applications.
For video applications, the Mali-V76 core will support 8K decode up to 60fps or four 4K streams at 60fps giving consumers the opportunity to stream four movies, record video while video conferencing, or watch four games in 4K. At lower HD resolutions, Mali-G76 will support up to 16 streams of content for applications, such as creating a 4×4 video wall.