Last week Nvidia announced the Tegra 4i, its latest LTE-capable mobile processor along with a reference handset called Phoenix. Earlier today in a video shot outside the Mobile World Congress convention center, Nvidia gave a small glimpse into the handset and its performance. Also Read - Realme GT 5G flaghsip design and camera revealed at MWC ShanghaiAlso Read - Samsung officially teases Galaxy Z Flip commercial during Oscar Awards
The Phoenix is a handset that Nvidia provides to companies as a reference model to design new handsets suited for the Tegra 4i processor. The handset is only 8mm thin, sports a 5-inch HD (1920×1080 pixels) display and features a 13-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, volume rocker on the side, 3.5mm audio jack and connectivity options like mini-HDMI and mini-USB ports. The video shows high-def game and a 1080p video working flawlessly on the phone.
The Tegra 4i processor boasts of 4 plus 1 Cortex A9 cores, support for up to 60 GPU cores, LPDDR3 RAM and 4K resolutions and a top clock speed measured at 2.3GHz.
Nvidia has said that mobile users can expect phones running on the Tegra 4i processors by the end of this year to early next year. In the meantime you can see the Phoenix in action in the video below.