Tegra 4 coming to CES 2013, new features…

Posted Dec 17, 2012 at 6:47 pm in Threads > News


Tegra 4 is coming to CES 2013. What will be a great feature for the Tegra successor? Tell us, what would you like?

- Higher clockspeed
- More cores
- Integrated LTE (or Bluetooth, WiFi, Widi, NFC)
- Smarter power management (consuming less power)
- Smaller SOC
- Better GPU
- flexible/bending chips
- Replaceble RAM modules
- Secondary bootloader as backup

Endless possible features that would be nice to see in the new Tegra SOC’s.
Tell me what would you like to see in Tegra 4?

Maybe next year’s X-mas 25 days of Tegra 4 giveaways?

  • TheVoodoo

    Integrated connectivity AND lower power consumption.

  • redraider133

    Tegra always seems to be the first one out and lead the pack for a short while until the others ( exynos, and qualcomm lately) bring their newer processors out to compete with tegra. Can’t wait to see what devices get these chips and how it performs to other chips.

  • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

    Pretty sure Tegra 4 (aka Wayne) is quad-core Cortex-A15 @ 1.8 GHz and a faster GPU. There will also be a part codenamed Grey that is expected to have integrated LTE.

    • DroidPower

      sounds like it’ll be delicious with a slice of that key lime pie. : D

  • ben steel

    So CES is in early Jan. when do you think the earliest Street Date would be…?

    • christiaangombert

      Products with tegra 4 will be in stores in q3 of 2013. According to the rumours.

  • SGB101

    As long as it runs cooler and longer, it will be a hit.

  • BrotherBloat

    wow, sounds great if it’s with a quad core A15! :O

  • sandy105

    yes tegra 4 will have quad care a15 with 24 core gpu
    (tegra 3 has 12 core gpu -8 psu and 4 vsu)
    also later they might release an octa gpu config tegra 4 with 48shader units.

  • sandy105

    surprise. surprise !!
    its supposed to come with 72 shader units 6X times that of tegra 3 ..
    interesting times..

    • dino13

      I have read that too, if it that is true then it would be great, at least under the premise thta battery consumption stays stable