If you think those dual-core processors are the latest technological miracles, then it is time you change that notion because as we see more sophisticated products are ready to appear on the market. All this thanks to a mysterious “industry source,” which shared the news that a range of companies, including HTC, Samsung, Asus, Acer and Lenovo will start producing quad-core empowered PC tablets. Competition for the quad-core chip segment among Qualcomm, Nvidia and Texas Instruments is heating up competition in the quad-core device sector, the source announced.
So this being clear, it becomes a priority for these rivals to make a quad-core introduction sooner than the rest. Apparently, this is going to be HTC, since it is expected to launch its first quad-core tablet, the HTC Quattro, in March 2012. The HTC Quattro will be equipped with Nvidia Tegra 3 CPU and will support HTC Scribe, Beats audio and 3.5G/Wi-Fi. Alongside with the HTC Quattro, HTC is going to release its quad-core HTC Edge smartphone, powered with Nvidia 1.5GHz Tegra 3 CPU and sporting a 4.7 screen, an 8-megapixel camera and 32GB internal memory. It will feature HTC Sence 4.0 as well, which will support HTC Watch, Read, Listen and Play multimedia services.
But a more powerful device is planned by HTC as well — the HTC Zeta smartphone with its Qualcomm 2.5 GHz processor (obviously to provide great multi-tasking experience), 4.5 HD display (similar to that of the HTC Rezound), 8MP camera, Beats Audio and HTC Sense 4.0.