There's nothing "big-LITTLE" about a couple identical CPUs and a trip of graphics cores. Big-LITTLE is about a smaller CPU (maybe Cortex-A7) to offload a larger CPU (-A15). While big-LITTLE would be a good approach, I'm not sure I've seen any indication that was done in this chip. Separate on-chip graphics cores are standard design practice.
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