Nvidia’s 4G LTE Tegra 3 Roadmap Slips a Bit | Tech NEWS

Written by Tech NEWS

Topics: General

Nvidia has indicated that LTE 4G won’t be available with its Tegra 3 quad-core chipset until later in the year. During the company’s recent earnings call, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said that the Tegra 3 processor with a built-in LTE baseband won’t be available until 2013. Further, Huang noted that the Tegra 3 processor mated to LTE basebands from other suppliers won’t be ready until the third quarter at the earliest, and may not arrive in the U.S. until closer to the end of the year. The Tegra 3 is a quad-core processor with a fifth core for low-intensity tasks. It is available in the international version of the HTC One X, though that device doesn’t support LTE 4G. The U.S. version of the One X uses a Qualcomm S4 Snapdragon with two cores and LTE 4G built in.

Phone Scoop – Latest News

Related posts:

  1. Nvidia Readies Updated Tegra 3+ Processor For This Year – Sadly, Still No LTE | Tech NEWS
  2. Rumored Tegra 4 roadmap leaked | Tech NEWS
  3. Tegra 3 to support LTE, no more HSPA+ only Tegra devices | Tech NEWS

Disclaimer: This site contains posts from other blogs. Tech NEWS does not keep any copyrights for published posts and content. The validity of posts cannot be certified by Tech NEWS.