Having seen a 3D-related section leak earlier, the remainder of NVIDIA’s 2011 roadmap for mobile processors has emerged, and it’s not just three-dimensions that the company is considering. According to the document – believed by Bright Side of News to have been prepared for MWC 2011 next month – NVIDIA expects to begin sampling the Tegra 3 SoC in Q4 2011, with two versions suiting tablets and smartphones respectively.
The Tegra 3 T30 is headed to tablets, promising up to four 1.5GHz ARM Cortex A9 cores along with support for Blu-ray video and capable of driving a 1920 x 1200 panel, with 3x faster graphics and an ULP (Ultra Low Power) mode. Meanwhile the Tegra 3 AP30 is for phones, with either dual- or quad-cores, and capable of 1366 x 868 resolution displays.
Both mean super-high resolution slates and handsets are possible, and both are expected to sample by the end of the year and then likely show up in new products come CES 2012.
wow nvidia is now eyeing for mobile community
sampling was q4/10 (says so right there on the image .. and besides, I’ve seen one now 🙂 ) .. they are hoping to get it out the door in the first product about august.
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