Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The Tegra 3 released in the fall

NVIDIA has confirmed that the tablets shipping Kal-El, the code name of the Tegra 3, will arrive in the fall, while the first smartphones will be presented at CES 2012. The version of the Tablet Tegra 3 with a processor quad core ARM Cortex A9 and a circuit graph from 8 to 12 shader units. It can support a resolution of 1920 x 1200 video and Blu-ray.

Announced in February last, the chip will be engraved in 40nm and will have features less ambitious than the rumors suggested in February. NVIDIA has even made a promising technology demonstration at last May.

So far, the firm announced a chameleon in its chip output for the month of August. It will eventually be delayed in the fall, in the words collected by the site Android and Me, which confirms the rumors of Fudzilla. We contacted NVIDIA France and are awaiting a response from them. The first tablet to take this new chip should be the Transformer 2 Asus is expected in October.

Declination for smartphone Tegra 3 will carry two or four cores and will support a maximum resolution of 1366 x 768. An outlet for the CES 2012 means that NVIDIA will miss the holiday season and it probably should inaugurate the Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones, Android version 4.0 expected in late 2011 and which includes the version for the tablet and smartphone operating system in a single build.

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