Nvidia to support Windows Phone only in 2013


German publication Heise.de managed to lay their hands on Nvidia’s internal roadmap which revealed that, while the company expected to support Windows tablets and Windows Phone smartphones, this is not expected to happen before 2013.

Support would be by the new generation of 28 nm Grey processors which includes 3G/4G modems supplied by their newly purchased Icera subsidiary which Jen-Hsun Huang, chief executive officer of Nvidia called “a tiny chip to address the vast majority of the smartphone market."

The chips are sure to feature multiple cores and GeForce class graphics, with the preceding Wayne Chipset featuring a unified shader architecture and support for CUDA.

We will likely see these chipset first in Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 handsets, meaning the next generation of Mango and Tango handsets will likely remain Qualcomm exclusive.

Read more at Heise.de here.

Via WPCentral.com.