Huawei recently announced that its Phoenix Engine's Ray Shop is the industry's most advanced mobile light-rendered hybrid rendering pipeline, widely used in games and other 3D applications to improve image quality.
Easy SuperSamping is a new generation mobile post-processing pipeline that supports a wide range of light sources and materials at low power consumption, and deferred is a new generation mobile post-processing pipeline that supports a wide range of light sources and materials at low power consumption.
Huawei Phoenix Engine is a suite of mobile graphics acceleration technologies that bring the real-time ray tracing effects of the most advanced top-of-the-line graphics cards at the PC level to mobile phones.
At the moment, Huawei doesn't go into detail about this set of technologies, but the technology and the Kirin 9000 chip should be of great assistance.
Based on the running score, it appears that the Kirin 9000 will have a 24-core Mali-G78 GPU inside, so the Phoenix engine should have more of a role in it.
According to previous ARM claims, the comprehensive architecture, process and other aspects of the improvement, Mali-G78 compared to the Mali-G77 can improve performance by up to 25%, even under the same process conditions can also improve 15%, while energy efficiency by 10% and machine learning performance by 15%.