Nvidia has not had much success with Tegra chipsets, although in reality the power of its solutions is beyond doubt especially in the graphics, to the hardware manufacturer leverages its suite Tegra Zone for video games.
Also, Nvidia Shield range continues to grow with mobile devices oriented ‘gaming’ with una Android 4K console that should reach the market imminently, and a new tablet and handheld are in the oven for this year
The base Data application testing GFXBench is what has given us data on the new Nvidia Shield Portable, a device we’ve seen in some international certification and according to the benchmark is animated by a chipset with quad-core Cortex-A57 2GHz, but should really install a more powerful but unreleased Tegra chipset X1 of time.
The new Nvidia Shield has been leaked Portable has Android 5.1, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage internal, with a 0.3 megapixel front camera and screen of 7.8 inches with a resolution FullHD 1080p, marked by GFXBench as touch-which certainly makes us doubt the data Display -..
As rumored, the RAM should be of type LPDDR4, and the device should have LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity
It is difficult to know the name to be adopted at its launch, expected to E3 in Los Angeles in mid-June , and form factor handheld, however, will get closer to the concept of the Tablet Shield for offer a hybrid between the two ideas.
In Engadget Android | Sus first certifications confirm the Shield Tablet 2 insinuating its Tegra chipset X1 More information | GFXBench
News A new Nvidia Shield Portable GFXBench appears without its Tegra X1 chipset was originally published in Engadget Android by Damian Garcia .
May 28, 2015