The first smartphone powered by the Tegra 4i chipset is made by French manufacturer Wiko and is called WAX. It packs a quad-core Tegra 4i with four Cortex-A9 cores running at 1.7 GHz. Its GPU has 60 cores instead of the Tegra 4's 72.
We met the handset at the MWC last month and really liked the screen. We also had the chance to benchmark the Tegra 4i chipset - it did a fine job, which looks even more impressive now, given the pricing.
Moving along - the Wiko Wax packs built-in LTE - the 4i is the first NVIDIA Tegra SoC with on-die LTE.
The Wiko Wax will be priced at €200 and hit retail shelves next month. So far its availability has been confirmed for Italy, but Germany and France should get it too.
The rest of the specs include a 4.7" 720p display, 5 MP front and 8 MP back camera, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of on board storage with a microSD card slot.
Tegra 4i is a cutdown version of the Tegra 4. Tegra 4i has less GPU cores(60 instead of 72), uses ARM Cortex-A9 R4 instead of A15, uses 28mm as tegrea 4 but has support for LTE.
Nice little kicker there.
For all those who says T4i is same as T3, note that GPU is different with more cores, ARM A9 is now moved to latest version instead of OLD, then T4i is 28nm insated of 40/45 nm of T3 ...