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Arm’s new flagship GPU will include hardware ray tracing support. Yeah, ray-traced phones

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Hardware-based ray tracing is coming to mobile devices (opens in new tab). The Immortalis G715 is Arm’s new flagship GPU. It promises a 15% performance uplift over the previous premium Mali GPU and up to a 300% improvement in ray tracing performance thanks to its dedicated hardware.

Details are fairly thin and Arm didn’t present any performance data, though it does plan to hold a webinar on August the 24th to quote: “Learn about the latest graphics features made possible by Immortalis-G715, including hardware-based ray tracing support for more realistic and immersive mobile Gaming experiences.” We’ll learn more about Arm’s RT implementation then.

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