Why the Cortex-A76 and Mali-G76 are important for 2019 – Gary explains

Arm recently announced three new designs: a new CPU core, the Cortex-A76; a new GPU, the Mali-G76; and a new video processor, the Mali-V76. All three components will play important roles in devices for 2019 — not only smartphones, but also Arm-based Windows 10 laptops.

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  2. you do realize, you remove The Games from its association of Computers and ARM has already Won! ever find it strange that Intel is dropping MicroSoft in favor of, what AMD already figured-out, that Gaming "Is Its' Own Platform.!??" NEXT OS knew THAT back in the 1990's — welcome the the Real World Intel! MicroSoft, after Win XP, already know knew that Intel was becoming as stubbern as IBM over the 386 designs – once corrupted, always lost.

  3. Anyone ever feel like all the arm processors are a bit confusing? For x86, it's just amd and intel, and I can tell what's best and worst, as well as what year it came out without searching a wiki page. I get completely lost on arm processors. I thought the processors had names like snapdragon, and a12, but apparently there is another level of naming. I wish the names and model numbers were all simplified so I can tell if it's a budget processor, or high end, and what year it came out, all without doing internet searches. Sorry but Cortex ### and mali ### is just some numbers to me, with little meaning. From this video I mostly got that future mobile devices are going to start getting close to being competitive to regular computers/laptops all the while having better battery lives which is cool.

  4. A small confusion here for me
    In India I got two phones poco f1 which is a beast at the price
    And newer Redmi note 7 pro with a 48 mp camera at 3/4 of its price
    The dilemma for me is that
    845 is based on a75 and 675 is based on the a76 cores
    Of which arm quotes 50% more performance and 30% less power draw
    Now, Gary please suggest me what to do now

  5. I mean, this is cool… but who has 3 8K streams going on in their phones? This incredible power is just wasted. Smartphones need to transform to real computers with professional applications and AAA games running in a desktop like environment. On the go it is your smartphone, connect it to a laptop or desktop dock and its becoming a full PC. That would be great.

  6. After all those claims reality sees only a marginal improvement over the previous gen GPU and the Mate 20 pro is proof. That declares the Adreno 640 a clear winner even though devices are yet to be released with it.

    Mali GPU improvement +2fps
    Adreno GPU improvement +16fps

    In 3 years Mali = 6fps
    Adreno= 52fps

    Why? Bcoz adreno bumped to a new 7xxx series!

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