Iconia Tab A200 dual-core Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet, then quickly made it one of the first to ICS with an update in February. While we haven't seen or heard much of it since becoming available, today at Computex they are showing off its bigger and faster brother complete with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 under the hood.
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Bridea and NVIDIA for some time. Being THD this is only for Tegra 3 quad-core devices for now, and brings an easy-to-play arcade style shooter to Android. Available now you'll want to see our hands-on video below.
we reported on NVIDIA's KAI Platform and that they hoped to bring some $200 Tegra 3 tablets to market soon, but today while listening in on the NVIDIA Analyst Day we learned some good news. NVIDIA isn't just planning cheaper quad-core tablets, they are already in the works and on their way to the market as we speak.
NVIDIA's annual "Analyst Day" we were listening in as Mobile Business Manager Mike Rayfield started talking about the Tegra 3 quad-core processor. What instantly caught our attention is the amount of NVIDIA Tegra 3-powered quad-core smartphones they have coming this year. With the HTC One X already available, they have more coming -- many more.
HTC One X "settle" for a dual-core design when debuting on LTE carriers, simply because the standards for the combination of SoC and radio weren't ready yet. Today NVIDIA has announced that its Icera radio module has been certified for use with AT&T's LTE bands.
CTIA 2012, and we couldn't resist taking another peek. The Optimus 4X HD crams the best of LG's mobile technology into a superphone form factor that takes on the likes of the HTC One X, and not just because it's also using an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. The phone is scheduled for release in South Korea and Europe this summer.
FCC got their hands on the Excite 13 earlier today. There's no surprises here, with the possible exception of the fact that the FCC boys managed to fit the 13-inch tablet into their testing machines. The last that we heard, the Excite 13 was headed for retailers in June, so the customary stop off at the FCC is quite expected. In case your memory's a little fuzzy, the Excite 13 packs a whopping 13.3-inch screen with a 1600x900 resolution on a traditional TFT panel. NVIDIA's ever more ubiquitous Tegra 3 quad-core is aboard, as is what looks like mostly stock Ice Cream Sandwich - Huzzah! The tablet has some monster dimensions at 10.1mm thick and 2.2 pounds, and uses that bulk to cram in four SRS speakers and a capacity of 32GB or 64GB. The tablet will cost $649.99 and $749.99 repsectively when it hits retailers in June. The more pedestrian Excite 10 is scheduled to come out sometime in the next few weeks, and the smaller Excite 7.7 (with a fabulous 720p Super AMOLED display) will also hit in June. Both of the smaller tablets get a Tegra 3 processor, though they'll be considerably less expensive: the Excite 10 starts at $449.99 and the Excite 7.7 will go for $499.99. [timeline] [via Liliputing]
One X would be getting a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, instead of the more flamboyant NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core. As we've seen ourselves when comparing the One X with the smaller One S, the Snapdragon is no slouch. But to finally set the record straight, one YouTube user put both versions of the One X in a head-to-head benchmark battle. The results may surprise you.