You See The 4 Tegra NVIDIA in a So-Called Roadmap Filtered

by | July 24, 2017

If we are still waiting for the placing on the market of much of the terminals that will come with the processor 3 Tegra from Nvidia, which promises to fight within the highest range of smartphones and Android tablets, still has not been nothing.

And it’s that they have released what would be the road map of Nvidia for its processors in this 2013 comes, informing the main features of the next wave of processors NVIDIA Tegra 4, codename Wayne.

As you can see in this chart, leaked to the Chinese blog, VR-Zone, the first processors would be Tegra 4 under the name T40 in the first quarter of the coming year. This processor would be built under architecture ARM Cortex A-15 of 28 nm, quad-core at a frequency of 1.8 GHz.

In the second batch of these processors, which would come in the third quarter of 2013, and under the heading T43, We see a few processors to Quad-core, but with clock frequencies climbing until the 2.0 GHz, which means a yield of up to 10 times more than the past Tegra 2 and up to twice as much as the current 3 Tegra.

We see that both one and another processor are manufactured 10-inch devices, and without integrated LTE connectivity. This connectivity would reach 7-inch devices in the third quarter with the SoC (System-on-Chip), under a Cortex A9 architecture made of 40 nm and frequencies ranging between 1.2 and 2.0 GHz.

If this is true, it puts a bit of common sense in the world of smartphone, where everything has become a race to see who offers a higher frequency in cuantosmasmejor number of cores, stretching this race to the world of tablets, actually, it may need and make use of more power.