Thanks Meter 44
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Victoria, BC, Canada
ARMv7 is the instruction set architecture that it is running, not the processor. That's like saying that a new windows machine is running on x86. It's a given. They're all ARM. Well, okay, the fact that it's ARMv7 tells us a bit more than just saying that a windows machine is x86, but still. Maybe a better example would be saying that a new windows machine has a sandy bridge processor. That could be anything from an i3 up to an i7-extreme.
Anyway, it's already been confirmed that it is using a tegra 2.