Tag Archives: Tegra 2

LG Optimus 2X 1080p HD video capture sample

There’s no doubt theat LG’s dual core, Tegra 2 Android monster, the Optimus 2X, is a powerful device. We’ve known since before the official announcement in December that LG was looking to max out the specs on the gadget for a more future proof launch. Which, by the way, should be announced by T-Mobile very soon. The world’s first Tegra 2 dual core smart… Read more

Video: Optimus 2X benchmarked

With the LG Optmius 2X being hailed as the world’s first NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core smartphone, everyone is eager to see how well the device can really stack up against the competition. Thanks to the folks at Techblog.gr, we get to take a solid look at some Quadrant scores from what looks to be a finished product. As of right now, Quadrant is the best way we… Read more

LG Optimus 2X promotional video

The world’s first dual-core smartphone, the LG Optimus 2X P990, is fast. It enjoys the performance enhancements of Android 2.2 (it will see 2.3), captures and plays back video at 1080p, and rocks a 4″ display. Though this gadget has no release window for the United States, it’s the first of a long line of Tegra 2 powered smart phones, many of which will… Read more

CES: NVIDIA press conference round-up

NVIDIA just finished up their press conference for CES and boy was it a doozy. Be sure to keep an eye out for a more in depth analysis of everything NVIDIA went over, but for now here’s a quick summary. NVIDIA started off the conference by bringing out LG’s people and showing off the Optimus 2X – The world’s first dual-core processing superphone…. Read more

CES: ATT finally has an Android super phone: Motorola Atrix

Aside from the Samsung Captivate–a Galaxy S device–AT&T has been slow on the uptake when it comes to attaining serious Android contenders, but all of that changed today with the Announcement of the Motorola Atrix 4G, ready to rock AT&T’s HSPA+ network. The gadget features Android 2.2 (upgradable to 2.3), a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM,… Read more

LG announces dual-core Optimus 2X

Dustin told us all about a leak concerning the LG Star back in November, but while the tech specs were right on, the release information was sketchy. Today, LG officially announced the phone in Korea, making it the world’s first dual-core phone. The NVIDIA powered gadget will hit Korea next month with more countries in Europe and Asia to follow. The Optimus… Read more

LG Optimus Star announced, demoed on video

LG’s Optimus 2X – SU660, or Star, packs a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, and boy…is it fast. Check out the videos below, the first of which pit the gadgets against two popular and capable devices, the iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S. The frame rate in the second video ensures that the next generation of Tegras will bring Android gaming to a whole ‘nother… Read more

LG Star coming 2011; 4 inch screen, 1080p, dual-core Tegra 2

Take a look at LG’s current Android offerings. Now take a look at the “Star.” LG is about to get serious. Finally unveiled in leaked picture form today, the LG Star, or so it’s being internally called, is a monster: NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core processor, 8MP camera with LED flash, 1080p video capture, front facing camera, and 1500 mAh battery. The… Read more

Tegra 2 Motorola device coming to multiple carriers?

I haven’t heard a lot about the coming beast born of Motorola’s partnership with Nvidia, but what I have heard correlates perfectly with what Taylor Wimberly of Android and Me has discovered. Not only am I certain that the device (which won’t ship until early next year), be an absolute powerhouse, but all of that processing won’t require all that much… Read more

Scaleform shows glasses-free 3D on Tegra-powered Android

At Nvidia’s GPU conference, UI developer Scaleform showed off a 3D interface running on a Tegra 2-powered Android device. Being able to watch 3D movies or play real 3D games on a mobile device would be cool, but the best thing about this technology is that it doesn’t require glasses. Yes, you get the effect straight off the screen, the same way Nintendo’s… Read more