After all the rumors at Vegas, Quad-core phone was actually there. Fujitsu displayed the world’s first quad-core smart phone powered by nVdia Tegra 3 at the CES.

Fujitsu displayed a prototype of their phone at their booth in CES which was locked in a transparent glass box keeping it safe. It was hooked up via HDMI to a TV though, running Riptide for Tato to ball out on. Overall, it ran incredibly well. According to Fujitsu, this phone will sport a 4.6″ HD-quality liquid crystal screen, 13MP camera, Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, with LTE-compatiblity.

A closer-to-final version of the prototype will be on display at MWC where we hope Fujitsu is getting rid of the box catching more preys.

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