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AMD to Create Xbox 360-Like Graphics on Cell Phones

Mobile gaming is about to get a big boost in the graphics department because AMD has created a toolkit specifically for cell phones that is said to bring Xbox 360-like graphics to the palm of your hand. The exact details are pretty slim at this point, but given that AMD is all tied up with ATi, they should have plenty of processing muscle to usher in a whole new generation of high-end cell phone visuals.

One major hurdle that they’ll have to overcome, however, is price. Sure, there are people that are willing to plunk down garbage bags full of pennies to get their hands on the latest and greatest, but if they want to take high-end gaming into the mainstream, they’ll have to figure out a way to drive costs down. More as it develops.

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