NVIDIA invite for its Mobile World Congress event teases first quad-core phone


On top of everything else that has been announced for a launch at Mobile World Congress, NVIDIA has just sent out these invitations for its MWC event, in which the company will show off its quad-core Tegra 3 processor for use in smartphones. 

The market is already starting to proliferate with Tegra 3 devices, but all of them have been tablets and not phones. This event by NVIDIA will be showing off "Quad-core performance and great battery life" and "just how far NVIDIA has taken these innovations."

Companies should be showing off their own quad-core phones by themselves, too, so hopefully MWC 2012 is the "MWC of quad-core." That was, admittedly, pretty cheesy, but I do believe we'll see a ton of awesome quad-core phones from a lot of manufacturers, most of which will run Android. 

How many cores does your current phone have? And are you expecting to upgrade to a quad-core phone once they're released?

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