We know that NVIDIA’s successor to the popular Tegra 2 processor will be called the Kal-El, a quad core processor, and now details of NVIDIA’s future processor have been revealed in their latest roadmap.
After the new Kal-El processor NVIDIA will be releasing a Kal-El+ processor, and after that there will be the Wayne and Grey processors, the Wayne is reported to be about five times faster than the current NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor.
Microsoft currently uses Qualcomm processor for Windows Phone devices, and it looks like NVIDIA may be intending to change this with its new Grey processors, which are reported to be a low cost chip with an integrated baseband.
We are expecting to see the first devices with NVIDIA’s new Kal-El processor launch by the end of the year, with the Kal-El+ processors launching next year and the Wayne and Grey processors launching in 2013.
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