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ARM Immortalis is a first ray-tracing GPU for mobile devices


ARM is launching a new Immortalis GPU in its new processor cores: Cortex-X3, Cortex-A715 and Cortex-A510 Refresh.

These processor cores belong to the new edition of Arm Total Compute Solutions 2022 (TCS22). According to the company, graphics processing power will increase by 28% compared to the 1×Cortex-X2, 3×Cortex-A710 and 4×Cortex-A510, which are used in most modern flagships.


The huge increase in gaming performance is due to the new Arm Immortalis-G715 GPU architecture. It is not just more powerful and more energy efficient, but also supports modern gaming effects such as ray-tracing. It makes Immortalis-G715 the first mobile Arm GPU to support desktop-level graphic effects.

ARM Cortex-X3 delivers 25% performance improvement in target range of benchmarks & apps, compared to latest Android flagship smartphone, and a 34% improvement over the latest mainstream laptops.

ARM Cortex-A715 is an upgrade to Cortex-A710 that delivers 20% better energy efficiency and 5% better performance, compared to the predecessor. Thus, matching Cortex-X1 in performance.

ARM Cortex-A510 Refresh, while maintains same performance as Cortex-A510, has a 5% better energy efficiency.


As for the “when we could see these cores in actual smartphones?” ARM representatives tell that Cortex-X3 and Cortex-A715 cores land in “early in 2023.” So place your bets on the phones and SoCs that might benefit from the latest ARM announcements.

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