Nvidia CEO sees Android domination over Apple

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According to the President and CEO of Nvidia Jen-Hsun Huang, Google Android powered tablets will soon overtake the red-hot Apple Ipad tablet as more applications are being developed  and hardware are improving for Android devices.

Since the debut of Nvidia Tegra-2 (dual core) mobile processor Android tablets powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb is gaining popularity among the notable tablets are Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Motorola Xoom.

Nvidia CEO Jen Hsun Huang“The Android phone took only two and a half years to achieve the momentum that we’re talking about. I would expect the same thing on Honeycomb tablets,” said Huang.

Everything started with the launched of iPhone in 2007 and it set the standards for smartphones as touchscreen and on demand application became a hit. Since the launched of the free mobile operating system ‘Android’ many manufacturer adopted the open-source mobile OS and it now leads the smartphone market overtaking the popular Apple iPhone.

Android is getting popular in China and other emerging market while in the US, Android already leads the smartphone market after years of iPhone domination.

The next generation of Nvidia mobile processor codename ‘Ka El’ is expected to due out this year or by first quarter of 2012. He said Nvidia’s next-generation mobile processor, code named Kal-El, has already won spots in several devices planned by major PC and phone manufacturers, including phones, tablets and low-powered laptops.

Nvidia Tegra – 3 “Ka El” is a quad core processor, high-resolution graphics and 5 times faster than Nvidia Tegra – 2.

What can you say about Android tablets overtaking the Apple Ipad tablets? As Honeycomb getting popular, more apps are being developed, HD Games, and future quad-core mobile processor I have no doubt that Android tablets will soon dominate the tablet market as Android Smartphones dominate the market today.

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Source: Yahoo News via Android Authority

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