Nvidia Tegra 4i announced
0. phoneArena posted on 19 Feb 2013, 08:48
Nvidia has just unveiled the Tegra 4i chip, a mass market solution with LTE on board and packing the graphical punch Nvidia takes pride in with a 60-core graphics…
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1. neutralguy posted on 19 Feb 2013, 08:50 4 3
"Nvidia using an A9 processor instead of the new A7 might come as a surprise, but the important thing here is that it is the R4 modification of the A9 coming with a 15% to 30% better performance than standard A9."
You mean A15?
8. neutralguy posted on 19 Feb 2013, 09:21 2 0
what I mean is the part where they said "new A7 might bla bla bla"
5. doZza posted on 19 Feb 2013, 09:09 0 3
Well if those are a new A9 cores with the 28nm process, it could be a winner, A15 is just too much for now
12. jove39 posted on 19 Feb 2013, 11:07 3 0
it won't be winner...notice launch time for soc? Qualcomm will be in all flagship devices by then...Nvidia perhaps lost battle for this year!
7. sorcio46 posted on 19 Feb 2013, 09:12 2 0
It would be better to have the ARM Big Little architecture
2x A15 Cores (performance) + 2x A7 Cores (power saving)
10. cezarepc posted on 19 Feb 2013, 09:43 4 0
Affordable powerful chip from a known maker. I'd take this over Mediatek, Allwinner and Amlogic anyday.
13. Tux_Alan posted on 19 Feb 2013, 12:54 0 0
This could very well make a niche for itself it midrange devices as it seems affordable enough anx well on par with what the top phones have right now, despite he fact other new chips will oudtade this rather soon!
14. ltavaress posted on 19 Feb 2013, 13:03 0 0
I'm looking forward to seeing the next Nexus manufactured by HTC. Imagine the sexyness of a Nexus combined with the power of the Tegra 4i and HTC's ultrapixel new image chip technology
15. jroc74 posted on 20 Feb 2013, 20:01 0 0
I was just saying to some guy in another article bragging about the next Apple chip having the best gpu.
At this point in time....its not so much about benchmarks and power...but new features from the chips.
I would take this and the new and upcoming Snapdragons over the Exynos and whatever Apple cooks up....if all they are bringing is better benchmark scores.