Nvidia has confirmed that they’ll launch a new Tegra 3 processor later this year. While the details are scarce at the moment the chip will mostly be called as Tegra 3+ and will boast improved processing and graphics performance.
Nvidia’s roadmap also hints at two new processors on the way, codenamed Wayne and Grey. While we knew about Wayne, Grey will support LTE to cater to the LTE-enabled markets. Grey will integrate modem technologies from Icera, which they acquired last year.
Nvidia also hints at support for different operating systems, in addition to Android.