NVIDIA Corporation has introduced the NVIDIA APX 2500, an applications processor that enables intuitive 3D user interfaces and high-definition video on connected Windows Mobile phones.
The APX 2500 applications processor delivers 10 hours of 720p HD playback as well as HD camcorder and ultra-high-resolution photo imaging capabilities.
"This is the dawn of the second personal computer revolution," said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO of NVIDIA. "Technologies are converging in amazing mobile devices, that have all of the rich, visual capabilities of a modern PC-from watching movies and making video calls to surfing the web and playing 3D games. The APX 2500 combined with Microsoft Windows Mobile, will make the next generation of smartphones our most personal computer."
NVIDIA has worked closely with Microsoft on the development of APX 2500, marking a significant milestone in a long-term relationship that has seen the companies share a passion for making interaction with technology more visual and instinctive across multiple platforms.
"Microsoft is dedicated to providing people true mobile freedom, so that they only need to carry one device for both communication and entertainment," said Todd Warren, corporate vice president of Microsoft's mobile communication business. "We are delighted to work with NVIDIA to offer our users an amazing visual experience on the next-generation Windows Mobile phones."
The NVIDIA APX 2500 applications processor also delivers a new ultra-low-power (ULP) GeForce core that is fully OpenGL ES 2.0 and Microsoft Direct3D Mobile compliant.
With NVIDIA nPower technology ithe NVIDIA APX 2500 enables over 10 hours of high-definition video playback and up to 100 hours of audio
Manufacturers can also benefit of connectivity and media acceleration technologies required to enable the latest Web 2.0 applications, from web browsing and social networking to GPS and mapping applications.
The NVIDIA APX 2500 applications processor is sampling today with key customers and will enter into full production by the end of Q2 2008.