According to a report from the folks over at TechnoBuffalo, the general manager of Nvidia’s mobile business unit Michael Rayfield, announced on Thursday that an updated version of the quad-core Tegra 3 chip called the Tegra 3+ has been in the works for awhile now and is to land in the market some time in 2012. He reassures potential customers that it will bring along better performance to mobile devices whether smartphones or tablets.
On the other hand, Rayfield iterated that the chip would not have an integrated LTE modem which means that the hopes of getting our hands on a phone with a quad-core chip and also LTE has to take a back seat again at least for a while more. From the roadmap pictured above, another Tegra chip set to hit sometime next year is also in the mix but the only information regarding that one is that its codename is ‘Grey’. Once more information can be obtained with regards to Nvidia’s new Tegra 3+ chip, we’ll keep you posted.
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