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Nvidia shows Tegra 4i in unbranded smartphone, teases Q1 2014 release

06/11, 9:51am

Smartphone shown with 4.8-inch 720p display, 13MP camera

Nvidia has shown off its 28nm Cortex A9-based Tegra 4i system-on-chip in a new unbranded smartphone. The demonstration handset, which appears to be similar to the Phoenix reference device shown at CTIA last month, is apparently hinted at being released early next year, alongside other smartphone designs using Tegra 4i.

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Nvidia updates modem in Tegra 4i, adds LTE-Advanced connectivity

05/21, 12:27pm

Software-defined modem hits 150Mbps speed without hardware changes

Nvidia has updated its latest mobile chipset with support for Category 4 LTE connectivity. Tegra 4i, similar to Tegra 4 but includes an integrated Nvidia i500 LTE modem, managed to upgrade from Category 3 and its 100Mbps connection to LTE-Advanced and a possible 150Mps speed, without performing any changes to the hardware.

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Nvidia intros Tegra 4i SoC with integrated LTE, 60 GPU cores

02/19, 10:41am

System based on R4 Cortex-A9 CPU

Nvidia has formally introduced its Project Grey chip, which is officially known as the Tegra 4i. Marketed as a superior alternative to Qualcomm's Snapdragon offerings, which have proved extremely popular in the smartphone market, the new chip brings a much smaller footprint than the current Tegra 4 SoC while adding an integrated LTE modem.

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