This year is forecasted to bring along a slew of quad-core phones. Samsung, Qualcomm and Nvidia are already known to be prepping up their quad-core processors for smartphones. The CES was abuzz with a quad-core phone running on the Tegra 3 platform and to one’s delight; it’s true, as Fujitsu put up the prototype of the smartphone on display, reports DroidLife.
quad core tegra 3 smartphone prototype (Image Credit: Droid Life)
As the device shown is a prototype, you can expect the device itself to be quite different than what it looks here. Covered in a transparent plastic cover and not available for a hands-on, this prototype exhibited an array of features that would woo mobile enthusiasts. The device was embedded with a 4.6-inch HD display, 13 megapixel camera and LTE support. An improved version of the prototype displayed is expected to be showcased at the MWC this year. So, at MWC, one can expect a well finished device, which could probably hit markets soon.
Published Date: Jan 11, 2012 04:59 pm | Updated Date: Jan 11, 2012 04:59 pm