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NVIDIA has just posted their Q4 2013 financial results, and they’re not bad, but they’re not great either. It looks like Tegra is a chip meant for tablets, not smartphones.
According to a Wall Street analyst, Nvidia might not face a great 2013, with Google reportedly ditching the Tegra 4 SoC in favor of the more competitive Snapdragon S4 Pro.
In a recent video interview Qualcomm’s chief marketing officer, Anand Chandrasekher, bashes Nvidia for having inferior products, and claims that Snapdragon is the top dog.
We’ve previously mentioned some of the low off-contract prices that BLU has sold its Android phones for, but that was for fairly low-end hardware. With its new Quattro line of devices, is significantly upping the hardware ante.
Nvidia wants to improve its standing in the market by essentially becoming a white label device maker for small companies in developing markets.