According to a press invite posted at The Verge, NVIDIA will be bringing Tegra 3 powered quad core devices to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona late this month.
NVIDIA first extensively demonstrated a quad-core system, then codenamed Project Kal-El, at last year’s Computex in Taiwan.
At last month’s CES, Fujitsu showed off the first Tegra 3 smartphone though it was a static model locked behind glass. Running Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich it had fairly impressive specs: a 13.1 megapixel camera, LTE, and a 4.6 inch HD display.
Currently the only device available in Canada that is powered by the Tegra 3 platform is the Asus Transformer Prime tablet.