NVIDIA announced today that their Tegra Zone application for Android is now official. It nicely coincides with LG announcing that the dual-core Optimus 2X will launch this month. Tegra Zone is an Android app that will offer Tegra 2 users suggestions about games, optimized especially for their dual-core chipset.
The Tegra Zone app looks really nice. It offers high resolution screenshots and professional reviews of the games. Even HD video trailers and gameplay videos are included.
Among the titles available at launch are Fruit Ninja THD, Monster Madness, Dungeon Defenders, Backbreaker THD and the first games on Android, built on the Unreal Engine 3 - Samurai II: Vengeance and Galaxy on Fire 2 THD. Here are some screenshots for you guys to enjoy.
Sadly, though, all the games featured so far are paid - there's no bonus content for Tegra 2 users.
In case you've missed our previous article on the Tegra Zone, you can check it out here.
If you still haven't been hooked up with a Tegra 2 phone or a tablet, you'd be happy to know that LG is launching its Optimus 2X smartphone this month. The phone will launch with Froyo but will be updated to Gingerbread afterwards. There's no info on specific launch dates or pricing.
because of Nvidia why Optimus 2x is cannot update to ics (LG dual core LOSER)
thats why Im not coming to GSMArena, Motorola Atrix and XOOM are Nvidia Tegra powered devices and they only say LG Optimus....
Thanks to Samsung for having such good business ethics! Not black hearted at all =D!