LG adopts Tegra 2, dual-core smartphones on the way

7 September, 2010 | Comments (40) | Post your comment

Tags: LG, NVIDIA

LG announced it's preparing a new lineup of smartphones based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform. Dual core 1GHz processor, low-power NVIDIA graphics and seamless fullHD playback will be the key features of the refreshed Optimus brand.

LG will present NVIDIA Tegra 2 based smartphones within the last quarter of this year. The first devices utilizing Tegra 2 will be from the Optimus brand.

NVIDIA Tegra 2 includes 1GHz dual-core processor and powerful but energy-efficient G-Force GPU. Tegra 2 will guarantee excellent browsing and gaming performance plus 1080p video playback.

There is no word on the OS yet, but we guess both Android and Windows Phone 7 are likely candidates.


 

 

LG adopts Tegra 2, dual-core smartphones on the way - reader comments

  • Rakshit

Yes, thats true and LG is on its track of providing huge range of Smart & Premium Phones. Time has changed now and We have changed everything :-)

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  • 2010-09-10 05:52
  • P}vn
  • ed

why 10mp?? we have 12mp now with the old additions of the pixon 12, saito and the newly released n8.

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  • 2010-09-08 19:06
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  • Lhon0901

Like I said with thesmsung dual-core CPU that will be coming out, I hope they break the 1GHZ barrier soon... And maybe agree with all the guys here and hope that this processor does not eat the battery life that fast...

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  • 2010-09-08 12:03
  • tWiD