middle man, 20 Feb 2013I like qualcomm but Exynos 5 octa will conquer the future.something wrong on new exynos5 of samsung. samsung can make a mass production of its own chips why thy used s600. maybe its not perpect only marketing is perpect, next chips will made by samsung used powerVR like used of apple. exynos and tegra4 is fail this year coz
middle man, 20 Feb 2013I like qualcomm but Exynos 5 octa will conquer the future.but sg4 drop a exynos
So if you get a normal Tegra 4 phone, it requires more juice to power the extra chip...
NVIDIA's naming scheme is the most confusing one of all. They make a habit of slightly updating last year's hardware - wether it's laptop, PC or phone/tablet chipset - while keeping the naming regiment resembling their current hardware. This makes their old crap look like fresh crap confusing the crap out of unaware customers. Why won't they just name this the Tegra 3 LTE or Tegra 3i? It's not exactly fresh out the oven so it's this year's budget offering anyway.
When Nokia added an "i" they actually added something to a device but the base model name stayed unchanged. Just updated. With an "i". NVIDIA, take note!
iPp, 19 Feb 2013Just nVidia being nVidia. Polishing a turd, rebranding it and selling it as a new product.hehe, you are damn right ;)
ADRENO(formerly ATI) 330 will take back the crown when they in release Q3 this year.
NVIDIA is still new in this GPU mobile bussines.Still
a long long away to go for nvidia.
so it uses 45nm technology like the tegra 3? no, thanks: my LG x4 HD becomes hot like like hell after half an hour of talking with it!
Hi, 19 Feb 2013Basically this is tegra 3.5 Agree!!! the name should be 3.5 not 4!
well.. not Nvidia again for my mobile! (My Atrix already suffer!)
There is an important piece of information missing from this article. The A9 cores are an updated version for increased IPC, and expected to run at 2.3ghz. I think at that clock speed the A9 quad will keep pace with the 1.5ghz quad Kraits.
Just nVidia being nVidia. Polishing a turd, rebranding it and selling it as a new product.
If Qualcomm is able to announce their new SoCs (800/600 etc) last January, and is already able to power up 2 smartphones (LG Optimus G Pro and HTC One), why can't Nvidia do so? The bloody hell it's releasing to be at the end of the year?
What kind of sorcery is that?.