Not long ago, NVIDIA released an updated NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1, which is completely identical to the predecessor. Nevertheless, the company is preparing to release a new tablet, what tells us GFXbench listing.
Leakage from GFXbench indicates that NVIDIA Shield Tablet X1 borrows some of the specifications of the previous generation devices, such as the 8-inch display with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels and 32 GB of internal memory. In addition to the new chipset Tegra X1 tablet will have 3 GB of RAM.
Powered device running Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.
Make sure to note that the benchmark shows a bit of conflicting information. The device does not support the camera. Furthermore, Tegra processor X1 listed as having four cores Cortex-A57 with a frequency of 1.9 GHz, while the chip should consist of eight cores, with additional cores Cortex-A53.
Listing also shows how the tablet prototype showed itself in a variety of 3D-tests. Compared to the Shield Tablet, a device with a Tegra X1 has received twice the performance.
Previous rumors claim that NVIDIA X1 will be available in late 2015, however, everything is going well that we’ll see the device at the beginning of 2016.