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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 03:21

Tegra 4 tablets and phones to come after CES

Written by Fuad Abazovic



CES 2013: Mobile World Congress at the earliest


High ranked chaps from Nvidia were telling us that it’s unlikely that we will see any Tegra 4 based phones or tablets at CES 2013. They told Fudzilla that the chip is in the sampling stage and close to full production, which is one of the reasons why we won’t see any product announcements just yet.

So although we saw a demo of the new Shield console powered by Tegra 4 and a picture of Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang with a hot gamer chick at the keynote taken by prototype tablet, we won’t see any real products from major partners like Asus.

Other sources were telling us that some Tegra 4 phones will be showcased and probably close to production at the Mobile World Congress in the end of February.

The Tegra 4 tablet from the keynote looked much faster than the flagship Nexus 10, powered by an A15-based Exynos dual-core, but we will have to wait at least a month or two before we see any products shipping.

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