AMD has unveiled a swathe of new chips designed to drive forthcoming mobile applications at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
The new Imageon processors are designed to provide better mobile TV, 3D games and high-fidelity audio, and will appear on phones and mobile devices in the future.
The portfolio is bolstered by the AMD Imageon D160 for mobile TV, the M210 for audio, and the A250 application processor.
“Today’s mobile consumers demand devices and services capable of providing outstanding entertainment. AMD is committed to enabling advanced graphical interfaces that deliver the ultimate visual experience on the go,” said Adrian Hartog, senior vice president and general manager of AMD’s Consumer Electronics Group.
“Our latest handheld technologies allow AMD to better address new and emerging applications, such as 3D gaming and mobile TV, as well as satisfy today’s consumers who crave portable music players and full-function touch-screen mobile phones.”