Today Silent Circle and Geeksphone revealed their jointly-developed handset will feature an Nvidia Tegra 4i CPU. The companies also fully divulged the rest of the specs.
Tegra 4i is LTE capable, and they’re taking it for a spin at CTIA this week in Las Vegas. Running CAT 4, the Tegra 4i chips are jogging through at 150Mbps, showing no signs of lag or stuttering. We all want ultra fast processors, right?!
A team of over 200 engineers worked almost non-stop from February 3rd to February 25th (the opening day of MWC), to create a fully featured phone based on Tegra 4i to be showcased at the show.
NVIDIA posted up a video Tuesday featuring its Phoenix reference phone to show off what the Tegra 4i is actually capable of.
NVIDIA has just announced the Tegra 4i, their first Tegra chip with built-in 4G LTE. You’d think it’s the Tegra 4 with LTE, but it’s not. It’s a faster version of the Tegra 3.
There was an awful lot going on at MWC this year, when it comes to chipset technology. Nvidia, Intel, Qualcomm, and a lot of the other big players all had something to show off.
The first collection of benchmarks for Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 SoC have appeared, but can the chip live up to the reputation of its Kepler GPU?
The first selection of Tegra 4 powered devices have finally launched, including several tablets, a home media center, and even an Android powered PC.
Press shots for the ZTE U988S have leaked and unveiled what appears to be the world’s first Tegra-4 powered smartphone. Read on for all the details!
Although NVIDIA has managed to attract some big clients for its new processor, it seems that the high price of the SoC is causing some of its partners to wait for the cheaper Tegra 4i which also has the benefit of the integrated i500 LTE modem.