We unveiled additional performance information for our Tegra 4 family on Sunday, the day before Mobile World Congress, and the press has no doubt about it — these chips are quick.
As a company we focus more on real-world usage, and we demonstrated that at CES 2013. This quad-core A15 chip, bristling with 72 GPU cores, is fast in real-world applications — as well as synthetic benchmarks. Tegra 4 enables always-on HDR, fast web browsing, and the stunning visuals demonstrated with Project SHIELD.
We’ve posted technical whitepapers on the Tegra 4 family’s GPU, CPU, HDR, and Software Defined Radio here.
The press like what they’re seeing, just scan the headlines:
- “NVIDIA Tegra 4 benchmarked, breaks all sorts of speed records” – Engadget
- “Nvidia Tegra 4 supercharges smartphones” – CNET
- “Nvidia’s Tegra 4 will make for the fastest mobile phones yet” – PCMag
- “Tegra 4 Benchmarks: NVIDIA Jumps Into Hyperspace” – Ubergizmo
We also showed that this monster turns into a mouse when it comes to sipping battery power. Tegra 4, with its second-gen PRISM technology, uses 25 percent less power than first-gen PRISM.
Finally, we demonstrated that Tegra 4’s little brother, Tegra 4i, packs a wallop. The Tegra 4i Phoenix reference platform runs sophisticated Tegra 4 games like “Real Boxing” with ease.
It’s going to be a fun year. NVIDIA engineering has gone the extra mile and delivered not only the fastest mobile processor, but an amazing single-chip processor that is set to take the world by storm.