Nvidia Tegra 4 is on its way with smashing specs

Nvidia Tegra 4 is on its way with smashing specs

Today, if you have an Android phone with Tegra 3 processor, you might be among the coolest in your group. But, if you want to remain the coolest in future as well, then you have to check this out… The next-generation Tegra 4 processor, codenamed Wayne, is on its way with some great specifications.

So what is under the hood? What we know so far is that the processor will have six times more power than current version, all praise the 72-cores GPU unit. CPU further detailed as “4-PLUS-1 Quad Core Eagle,” and Eagle was ARM’s codename for the architecture. Nvidia is not just famous in the world of computers, but they also have a name when we talk about smartphones, so I am sure that phones with Tegra 4 will be one kind of a phone.

Also, Nvidia’s priority is battery life, thanks to 28nm manufacturing process, the Nvidia Tegra 4 powered device will last longer than any other Tegra 3 phones, hopefully. There is also support for  USB 3.0 support, 4K video playback, support for resolutions up to 2,560 x 1,600; this is something to droll on but what is missing is LTE support. We hope that Nvidia will clear the air and hopefully announce it anytime soon.

So people, if an Android phone with Nvidia Tegra 4 is launched, would you consider purchasing it?

Via: The Verge

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  1. Joshua Hernandez
    December 18, 13:49 Reply

    I would but they got to show me that LTE support since I am on Big Red.

  2. mgsfoxhound2
    December 22, 14:39 Reply

    yes but as a tablet, no contract phones for me. my Nabi 2 does just fine right now with a tegra 3 in it which is only $200!

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