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[unigine]Android platform support in Unigine Engine

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Barcelona, Spain - February 14, 2010 - Unigine Corp. announced support of NVIDIA Tegra 2 / Android-based devices by its advanced Unigine engine. Unigine-powered demos will be demonstrated in NVIDIA booth #1C34 at Mobile World Congress (Barcelona, February 14-17) organized by GSM Association.


Slightly old news but I did a search but couldn't find it...

http://unigine.com/press-releases/110214-android/
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Wow that's impressive for a phone os.
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Wow.
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Wow that's impressive for a phone os.
But what could it do without the hardware?
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With the way these phones are advancing, pretty soon they'll be your phone, digital camera, HD camcorder, PDA, GPS, MP3 player, PC and game console all in one device. Create a couple of docks like the Atrix, and you'll be able to pick up and plug in anywhere.
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But what could it do without the hardware?
Touché...
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But can it run crysis?
    
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Tegra 2 seems to be pretty darn powerful. I wonder why the sony playstation phone is not using it.
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BK, kill yourself

OP: Epic Cathedral on iOS looks just as good, if not better. Phones these days are becoming more powerful than hand held gaming devices... I fear for Sony and Nintendo when it comes to the next gen portables.
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