It would seem someone at NVIDIA is either leak friendly or is trying to drum up some hype for the company. Slides revealing the next version of NVIDIA's Tegra 2 platform have been leaked and they show something pretty interesting - 3D support and a bump in the processor speed. That's right, the newer chips will go up 1.2GHz, and have native 3D support for 3D display. Even better, the new Tegra 2 will be released in Q1, which means it's not too far a wait for devices (tablets) with 3D capabilities!
techeye.net - A deep throat has leaked an image of Nvidia's Mobile World Congress presentation to TechEye - giving a glimpse of what the jolly green goblin has in store for punters and handset makers this year.
Nvidia will be shipping a Tegra 2 3D processor this year, intended for use in mobile gadgets featuring a 3D screen. The new Tegra 2 3D will be based on a Dual Cortex A9 clocked at up to 1.2 GHz, offering 5520 MIPS. According to the slide, Nvidia will start churning them out some time in the first quarter.
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