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Wednesday, 01 July 2009 12:26

Nvidia's Tegra gets handset design win

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A 'top five' phone maker onboard


In a
recent interview with TheStreet.com, Mike Rayfield, the general manager of Nvidia's mobile unit said he expects first Tegra-based phones to show up in Q4.

Rayfield says the chip will debut in a phone from one of the top five mobile phone manufacturers. He's still not saying which one, but some people in the industry speculate that Samsung or Motorola could be the takers.

Nvidia also expects a number of Tegra-based MIDs to appear on the market later in the year.

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