The ZTE Geek U988S, a China Mobile exclusive, will be sold with a few major spec changes over the model it is based on — the ZTE Geek. The first of which is its use of the NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 SoC.
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.
With the public release of NVIDIA’s SHIELD just around the corner the company has added a new video to its YouTube channel showcasing the Android side of the gaming console. However is NVIDIA trying too hard when the presenter talks about editing spreadsheets on the device?
Joshua Vergara grabs us an interview with Nvidia, gets hands-on with Nvidia Shield, and has a test play of the new Dead Trigger 2 at Google I/O. Check out the videos!
HP has just announced its latest tablet in its recent Android foray, the HP SlateBook x2, complete with the Tegra 4 chip. Read on for the full details!
The Tegra 4-based Project Shield has been apparently spotted in AnTuTu benchmark scoring over 32,000. Is that score accurate? Read on to find out more details about Tegra 4 benchmarks.
Previously we’ve heard talk about Toshiba being one of the first companies to adopt the Nvidia Tegra 4 processor. Now the Toshiba AT10-A and AT15 have shown up at the Wi-Fi Association and Bluetooth SIG, with Tegra 4 processors onboard.
A demo of Nvidia’s upcoming Kepler Mobile GPUs shows a mobile chip running Battlefield 3. By adapting the high performance Kepler architecture to the constraints of mobile devices, Nvidia hopes to make true console-like mobile graphics a reality.
Nvidia is talking up its upcoming mobile chipsets codenamed Logan and Parker, even though Tegra 4 hasn’t even shipped yet.