Chip company ARM has announced its latest processor evolution, in the form of its Mali-T658 GPU. ARM says this'll provide "desktop-class performance" with "ten times" the power of the 400 series found in the Galaxy S II.
The Mali-T658 offers PC and console gaming image enhancement features like 4x Full Scene Anti-Aliasing, plus it can be scaled up to run across eight cores. But you can still allow yourself a brief period of excitement about quad-core devices, as ARM says its newest GPU won't make it into consumer products until 2013.
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