FUD Zilla reports NVIDIA will debut the Tegra 2 processor in 2010 and that this chip will be twice as fast as the current generation. Tegra is expected to become a major source of revenue for NVIDIA, the company expects that it may account for more than half of NVIDIA's revenue in the next few years.
The chip that we chose to call Tegra 2 should come in 2010 and it will basically have twice the computational and graphics power of its predecessor. This is something that has been confirmed by high ranking industry sources.
Tegra 2 will use ARM 9, a dual core ARM CPU, something that will push the CPU part even further. The main target is of course the smartphone market, but Nvidia won't tell no to the automotive industry, music player industry and anyone who wants to make a small portable device that can play audio, games and videos well.