Nvidia’s mobile chip manufacturing division might be gasping for air and the company’s rookie gaming handheld and tablet efforts clearly failed to make an impact, but you can’t blame the Santa Clara-based tech giant for trying. Especially when their next stab at Android slates looks as mind-blowing as the “Mocha”. Revealed by the omnipresent, omniscient
NVIDIA has just unveiled its new gen mobile chipset, succeeding the Tegra 4 SoC which bragged of 72 GPU cores when it was announced last year. But the adoption of the Tegra 4 has been fairly limited and manufacturers have shown more faith in the Qualcomm chipsets (Snapdragon 600 and Snapdragon 800) for their flagships.