reported that Vodafone was listing the new tablet with a beefed up processor without a name, rather than the 1 GHz Tegra 2 that Samsung's website, and common knowledge would tell you it had. That turned out to be false, but the rumor has sprung back to life with a sighting of this sign on a Samsung booth in a mall in Poland.
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their switch to the new, thinner model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 would include a processor bump to 1.2 GHZ. Turns out that like the rest of the world, the UK will get their Tab 10.1's powered by a Tegra 2. Their website had listed a 1.2 GHz processor, leading some to believe it may run on Samsung's own Exynos chip, but the site has since been corrected.
few times here before. We even saw a demo of the game by Nvidia but it was merely just the character on screen walking around and teasing us with some amazing visuals. Today DroidGamers has some much better footage with shooting and an actual real gameplay hands-on coming out of E3.
Droid Bionic being delayed and the Motorola Xoom still waiting to get the upgrade to Verizon's 4G LTE many have started to wonder if there is a compatibility problem with LTE and dual-core devices, since the Tegra 2 has been the hot selling chip on the block people have started asking questions. Today Nvidia fired back and came out swinging.
Motorola Atrix in terms of design and a few specs but the real treat is that dual-sim and dual-mode under the hood.
NVIDIA Tegra Zone. What's coming up next, you might be asking yourself? Why, Galaxy of Fire 2 and Hardwood Backgammon, of course!
Madfinger Games will soon be releasing Shadowgun for Tegra 2 devices. For those that don't recognize the name Madfinger Games they are who are responsible for the amazing android game Samurai II: Vengeance and its stunning graphics and gameplay. They have just announced the latest game they are working on, and it sure looks good.
Motorola Droid X2. We have had our paws on it all weekend and I must say I am impressed so far, from the nice and simple touches to the UI Overlay, all the way down to the hardware (even though its identical to the first Droid X). We have put Verizon's first dual-core beast through a test run and it is time to share our thoughts.