ARM's 16-core Mali chip promise to boost tablet features

by TabTimes Staff

October 29 2013

ARM has released designs for two new Mali GPU cores, including a 16-core part expected to help bring higher-end capabilities like video-editing and gesture recognition to smartphones and tablets.

The high-end chip, called the Mali-T760, is ARM's most powerful GPU design to date and will be aimed at devices priced at around $350 and above, ARM said Tuesday.

ARM also released the lower-end Mali-T720, its first GPU for midrange devices. 

Mali chips are used in about half the Android tablets sold today and about a fifth of the smartphones, according to ARM's VP of solution marketing Trina Watt.

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