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NVIDIA announcing quad-core phones at Mobile World Congress, press invite suggests

With ASUS’ Transformer Prime on the market, NVIDIA now has the title for first quad-core tablet. Next on their list would presumably be phones, and it looks like they’re planning to reveal just that at Mobile World Congress later this month. Press invites have just been sent out, claiming that NVIDIA will be bringing another quad-core first. In the picture… Read more

HTC planning to unveil quad-core phones at Mobile World Congress

CES is just around the corner, and this coming year will be big for mobile tech. Now that Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor is out, we’re just waiting for manufacturers to throw it in more devices. A report recently released is telling us that HTC is planning on launching multiple quad-core phones at Mobile World Congress in Febuary. The processor of… Read more

Meizu MX quad-core smartphone comes May 2012

When Meizu announced its dual-core MX phone earlier, they made it clear that a quad-core variant would be hitting retailers next year. Well, today, Jack Wong (Chairman at Meizu) announced that it will probably come in May. We don’t have any other information at this point in the game other than the fact that that it will come with all the UI enhancements… Read more

ASUS Transformer Prime launch delayed?

Have you noticed a trend going on? The first 4G smartphone to come with Ice Cream Sandwich can’t seem to find it’s way into the hands of the US public because of reported “issues.” Now, the world’s first quad-core tablet might not be making its way under Christmas trees this year due to issues of its own. The ASUS Transformer Prime, the world’s first… Read more

Shadowgun used to show off NVIDIA’s Tegra 3

We all know that NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor is a juggernaut of power and everything else we could want, and there’s plenty of us who would love to get our hands on it right now. But, since we can’t do that, we can watch cool videos showing off the way the quad-core processor makes our gaming future all the more bright. What’s better, though, is… Read more