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A GPT-4V Level Multimodal LLM on Your Phone

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  • [2024.05.28] πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€ MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 now fully supports its feature in llama.cpp and ollama! Please pull the latest code of our provided forks (llama.cpp, ollama). GGUF models in various sizes are available here. MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 series is not supported by the official repositories yet, and we are working hard to merge PRs. Please stay tuned! You can visit our GitHub repository for more information!
  • [2024.05.28] πŸ’« We now support LoRA fine-tuning for MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5, using only 2 V100 GPUs! See more statistics here.
  • [2024.05.23] πŸ” We've released a comprehensive comparison between Phi-3-vision-128k-instruct and MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5, including benchmarks evaluations, multilingual capabilities, and inference efficiency πŸŒŸπŸ“ŠπŸŒπŸš€. Click here to view more details.
  • [2024.05.23] πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ MiniCPM-V tops GitHub Trending and HuggingFace Trending! Our demo, recommended by Hugging Face Gradio’s official account, is available here. Come and try it out!

  • [2024.06.03] Now, you can run MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 on multiple low VRAM GPUs(12 GB or 16 GB) by distributing the model's layers across multiple GPUs. For more details, Check this link.
  • [2024.05.25] MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 now supports streaming outputs and customized system prompts. Try it at here
  • [2024.05.24] We release the MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 gguf, which supports llama.cpp inference and provides a 6~8 token/s smooth decoding on mobile phones. Try it now!
  • [2024.05.20] We open-soure MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5, it has improved OCR capability and supports 30+ languages, representing the first end-side MLLM achieving GPT-4V level performance! We provide efficient inference and simple fine-tuning. Try it now!

Model Summary

MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 is the latest model in the MiniCPM-V series. The model is built on SigLip-400M and Llama3-8B-Instruct with a total of 8B parameters. It exhibits a significant performance improvement over MiniCPM-V 2.0. Notable features of MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 include:

  • πŸ”₯ Leading Performance. MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 has achieved an average score of 65.1 on OpenCompass, a comprehensive evaluation over 11 popular benchmarks. With only 8B parameters, it surpasses widely used proprietary models like GPT-4V-1106, Gemini Pro, Claude 3 and Qwen-VL-Max and greatly outperforms other Llama 3-based MLLMs.

  • πŸ’ͺ Strong OCR Capabilities. MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 can process images with any aspect ratio and up to 1.8 million pixels (e.g., 1344x1344), achieving an 700+ score on OCRBench, surpassing proprietary models such as GPT-4o, GPT-4V-0409, Qwen-VL-Max and Gemini Pro. Based on recent user feedback, MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 has now enhanced full-text OCR extraction, table-to-markdown conversion, and other high-utility capabilities, and has further strengthened its instruction-following and complex reasoning abilities, enhancing multimodal interaction experiences.

  • πŸ† Trustworthy Behavior. Leveraging the latest RLAIF-V method (the newest technology in the RLHF-V [CVPR'24] series), MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 exhibits more trustworthy behavior. It achieves 10.3% hallucination rate on Object HalBench, lower than GPT-4V-1106 (13.6%), achieving the best-level performance within the open-source community. Data released.

  • 🌏 Multilingual Support. Thanks to the strong multilingual capabilities of Llama 3 and the cross-lingual generalization technique from VisCPM, MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 extends its bilingual (Chinese-English) multimodal capabilities to over 30 languages including German, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Japanese etc. All Supported Languages.

  • πŸš€ Efficient Deployment. MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 systematically employs model quantization, CPU optimizations, NPU optimizations and compilation optimizations, achieving high-efficiency deployment on edge devices. For mobile phones with Qualcomm chips, we have integrated the NPU acceleration framework QNN into llama.cpp for the first time. After systematic optimization, MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 has realized a 150-fold acceleration in multimodal large model end-side image encoding and a 3-fold increase in language decoding speed.

  • πŸ’« Easy Usage. MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 can be easily used in various ways: (1) llama.cpp and ollama support for efficient CPU inference on local devices, (2) GGUF format quantized models in 16 sizes, (3) efficient LoRA fine-tuning with only 2 V100 GPUs, (4) streaming output, (5) quick local WebUI demo setup with Gradio and Streamlit, and (6) interactive demos on HuggingFace Spaces.


Results on TextVQA, DocVQA, OCRBench, OpenCompass MultiModal Avg , MME, MMBench, MMMU, MathVista, LLaVA Bench, RealWorld QA, Object HalBench.

Evaluation results of multilingual LLaVA Bench


We deploy MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 on end devices. The demo video is the raw screen recording on a Xiaomi 14 Pro without edition.


Click here to try out the Demo of MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5.

Deployment on Mobile Phone

Coming soon.


Inference using Huggingface transformers on NVIDIA GPUs. Requirements tested on python 3.10:

# test.py
import torch
from PIL import Image
from transformers import AutoModel, AutoTokenizer

model = AutoModel.from_pretrained('openbmb/MiniCPM-Llama3-V-2_5', trust_remote_code=True, torch_dtype=torch.float16)
model = model.to(device='cuda')

tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained('openbmb/MiniCPM-Llama3-V-2_5', trust_remote_code=True)

image = Image.open('xx.jpg').convert('RGB')
question = 'What is in the image?'
msgs = [{'role': 'user', 'content': question}]

res = model.chat(
    sampling=True, # if sampling=False, beam_search will be used by default
    # system_prompt='' # pass system_prompt if needed

## if you want to use streaming, please make sure sampling=True and stream=True
## the model.chat will return a generator
res = model.chat(

generated_text = ""
for new_text in res:
    generated_text += new_text
    print(new_text, flush=True, end='')

Please look at GitHub for more detail about usage.

Inference with llama.cpp

MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 can run with llama.cpp now! See our fork of llama.cpp for more detail.

Int4 quantized version

Download the int4 quantized version for lower GPU memory (8GB) usage: MiniCPM-Llama3-V-2_5-int4.

MiniCPM-V 2.0

Please see the info about MiniCPM-V 2.0 here.


Model License

  • The code in this repo is released under the Apache-2.0 License.
  • The usage of MiniCPM-V series model weights must strictly follow MiniCPM Model License.md.
  • The models and weights of MiniCPM are completely free for academic research. after filling out a "questionnaire" for registration, are also available for free commercial use.


  • As an LLM, MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 generates contents by learning a large mount of texts, but it cannot comprehend, express personal opinions or make value judgement. Anything generated by MiniCPM-Llama3-V 2.5 does not represent the views and positions of the model developers
  • We will not be liable for any problems arising from the use of the MinCPM-V open Source model, including but not limited to data security issues, risk of public opinion, or any risks and problems arising from the misdirection, misuse, dissemination or misuse of the model.

Other Multimodal Projects from Our Team



If you find our work helpful, please consider citing the following papers

  title={Rlhf-v: Towards trustworthy mllms via behavior alignment from fine-grained correctional human feedback},
  author={Yu, Tianyu and Yao, Yuan and Zhang, Haoye and He, Taiwen and Han, Yifeng and Cui, Ganqu and Hu, Jinyi and Liu, Zhiyuan and Zheng, Hai-Tao and Sun, Maosong and others},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2312.00849},
    title={Large Multilingual Models Pivot Zero-Shot Multimodal Learning across Languages}, 
    author={Jinyi Hu and Yuan Yao and Chongyi Wang and Shan Wang and Yinxu Pan and Qianyu Chen and Tianyu Yu and Hanghao Wu and Yue Zhao and Haoye Zhang and Xu Han and Yankai Lin and Jiao Xue and Dahai Li and Zhiyuan Liu and Maosong Sun},
    journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.12038},
  title={{LLaVA-UHD}: an LMM Perceiving Any Aspect Ratio and High-Resolution Images},
  author={Xu, Ruyi and Yao, Yuan and Guo, Zonghao and Cui, Junbo and Ni, Zanlin and Ge, Chunjiang and Chua, Tat-Seng and Liu, Zhiyuan and Huang, Gao},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2403.11703},
  title={RLAIF-V: Aligning MLLMs through Open-Source AI Feedback for Super GPT-4V Trustworthiness}, 
  author={Yu, Tianyu and Zhang, Haoye and Yao, Yuan and Dang, Yunkai and Chen, Da and Lu, Xiaoman and Cui, Ganqu and He, Taiwen and Liu, Zhiyuan and Chua, Tat-Seng and Sun, Maosong},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2405.17220},
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