NVIDIA to update portable Shield gaming console soon

NVIDIA to update portable Shield gaming console soon

According to various online sources NVIDIA will update its Shield portable gaming console very soon. The new device is codenamed P2523 but there isn’t an official release date just yet.

The new version of the portable Shield gaming console is said to come with a SoC Tegra K1 or Tegra X1 processor inside. The chip will offer eight computational cores and an integrated GPU with 256 stream processors on the latest Maxwell architecture. Moreover the new console will have a relatively large display that sits at 5 or 6 inches and features Full HD resolution. The console will also have 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

This is all the information that is available as of now. The new gaming console is likely to come out this summer but this is still to be confirmed.

Source: Liliputing.com

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