Fujitsu tegra 3 smartphone Fujitsu showed off a prototype smartphone running nVidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core CPU. It’s going to be interesting seeing this processor pop up in handset since its got a “shadowcore,” a low-power fifth core that’s designed to conserve battery life for undemanding tasks. Specifications aren’t final but so far we know that it’s packing an LTE modem, runs Android 4.0 on a 4.6-inch “HD” display (no word on resolution) and has a 13.1 megapixel camera that’ll shoot down to an ISO of 25600 ’round back. We’ll find out at MWC is this phone is going to keep those high end specifications. We got to see and play Riptide GP (below) on the device using a Logitech wireless controller that was showing off the graphics performance of the Arrows. We have to admit, we were impressed gameplay was smooth, responsive and didn’t look like crap when it was spanned onto a HDTV. So far it’s expected to carry HDMI-out and DNLA as standard, but the company couldn’t confirm if there would be any deeper integration with its computer or peripheral offerings.

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