Wiko is a company that has apparently decided to go with Nvidia’s Tegra 4i processor for their smartphone, the Highway 4G. The previous Highway model was packing the MediaTek MT6592 processor, but now it switched to an Nvidia Tegra 4i.


This means it loses 4 of the 8 cores, but gets a pretty solid chipset. The OS here is Android KitKat and we also get 4G LTE connectivity, with download speeds of up to 100 Mbps. The Wiko Highway 4G measures 7.3 mm in thickness and integrates a 5 inch Full HD display, with Gorilla Glass 2 protection. 3 GB of RAM are also on board, as well as 16 GB of storage, but no microSD card slot apparently.

We’ve got a 16 megapixel shooter at the back and a selfie 8 MP camera upfront. The battery inside the handset is a 2350 mAh one and the case comes in a variety of colors, like blue, violent, black or white. This product will be available with a price tag smaller than 300 euros during the second half of the year.