Smartphone Graphics Might Soon Be As Good Or Surpass Xbox 360
Apr 23, 2012 16:39
NVIDIA estimates that by 2014, the graphics on your smartphone might be able to be even better than those of an Xbox 360. A chart showing yearly graphic performace of console, PC and mobile devices might just mean your smartphone could have the host of same type of graphics processing unit as the Xbox 360.
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