Tagged: NVIDIA Tegra 3
NVIDIA is making some huge strides in the mobile scene as of late. With their first fully powered smartphone in the ZTE Mimosa X and more. Today they've officially announced that they will be working and partnered with some of the biggest lead suppliers of 4G LTE cellular silicone solutions. This will allow current and next-gen 4G LTE devices to come to market faster -- all powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor.
PocketNow got their hands on what appears to be the very first press photo of the new HTC One X (nee Edge, Endeavor) before its Mobile World Congress debut on Sunday. It lines up pretty closely with concept renders, which are all we've seen thus far. If there was any doubt that this one was headed for retail soon, it's pretty much dispelled at this point. This one is headed for Mobile World Congress - note the "Barcelona" location in the weather widget.
Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor. As many of you probably know the Tegra 3 quad-core actually contains five processing cores under the hood -- yes 5. In the past we've heard the term ninja core, companion core, and a few others but the new official term is 4-PLUS-1. What does this mean? Read on below.
ARROWS phone bound for Japan. But the company is also planning a return to the world smartphone market with a debut at Mobile World Congress this month, and if you believe Unwired View, they won't be coming empty handed. Reportedly the company spoke of a monster phone with Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 SoC, a 4.6-inch display and a whopping 13.1-megapixel rear camera.
TechOrz.com got their hands on some leaked press shots prior to Huawei's conference. The renders show a typical high-end Android phone that's clearly of the large screen variety - probably with a 4.3-inch or larger display. The device's red-on-black color scheme is reminiscent of the HTC Rezound, though the shape looks more like a Galaxy-class smartphone.
Iconia Tab A510. We've seen countless rumors of the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet and after unveiling it back in January we are now hearing it will officially hit the streets and consumers hands in March -- complete with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and that quad-core processor.
quad-core Tegra 3. Nvidia promises a sneak preview of new devices, presumable ones that will be unveiled at the conference itself. The event will be held during MWC in late February and early March, and Android Community will be on hand to cover it live.
NVIDIA's Tegra Zone. While we first saw Meltdown on Mars back in late November last year the developers have been working hard and making huge progress to make this Tegra 2 and Tegra 3 exclusive game come to Android. Latest updates from NVIDIA show this awesome action-packed tower defense game is set to launch this month, and we can't wait to try it out.