MeizuMX

Although NVIDIA vowed to release the first Android tablets loaded with the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 Kal-El processor before this year is over, China-based company Meizu may beat NVIDIA to releasing what may possibly be the world’s first quad-core Android smartphones. Meizu announced on the Meizu forums that two variants of the upcoming Meizu MX smartphones will be released in China some time late this month. The dual-core variant of the Meizu MX will have 16 gigabytes of internal storage and is expected to cost CNY3,999 (US$626). The quad-core model will have 32 gigabytes of internal storage and will command…

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Android tablets powered by NVIDIA’s upcoming quad-core processor, the Tegra 3 (codenamed “Kal-El”), may start becoming available before 2011 is over. NVIDIA chief Jen-Hsun Huang told Forbes that the quad-core Android tablets may come this year, ahead of the quad-core smartphones that NVIDIA predicted earlier to reach markets this year. NVIDIA hopes to stay ahead of chief rival Qualcomm. The latter is reported to be releasing its own quad-core processors towards the end of the year. Both NVIDIA and Qualcomm have been mainstays in the market for high-end smartphone processors. Qualcomm has been in the mobile technology game for years…

tegra3leak

Nvidia has received a ton of free press lately, and largely due to the fact that their Dual Core Tegra 2 SoC (Solution on Chip) is set to power the latest superphones of today. Their dual-core Tegra 2 mobile processor is set to blow the lid off even the most impressive of mobile benchmarks. However, if you’ve been paying attention you’ll know that there was a leak yesterday that tipped us off to a Tegra 2 3D processor clocked up to 1.2GHz that would give mobile devices with 3D screens the power they need to run. Now, yet another leak…