Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang was speaking yesterday during their quarterly earnings call and announced the company’s intention to focus on what they call ‘superphones’ when it comes to their Tegra chips. What the company isn’t interested in deal with are mainstream phones and tablets, only the ones that fall into the ‘super’ category.
Tag: Tegra 4i
For anyone not able to attend Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona that happens to be going on right now, Nvidia has decided to make a little video tour of their booth during the show, letting everyone take a look at what they have on display for the mobile side of things for this show. As you may be guessing, there is actually a lot to look at.
nVidia today decided to come out an officially announce the other chipset we’ve known up to now as Project Grey. We have reported on the Tegra 4 series having two chipsets for awhile now, one being codenamed Wayne (normal Tegra 4) and the other being Grey. Well Grey is now officially known as Tegra 4i and it is nVidia’s first integrated LTE Tegra processor.