NVIDIA Shield 2 tech specs leaked online

NVIDIA Shield 2 tech specs leaked online

Besides making video cards and GPUs NVIDIA has expressed interest in getting into the gaming business with the first product being the Shield gaming console, released this past summer. Now the tech specs of the Shield 2 have made it online and you can take a look at them here.

Thanks to the popular AnTuTu benchmark we now know that the Shield 2 will have a 5-inch sensor display that works at 1440 x 810 pixels. The rest of the specs include an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor that includes four ARM Cortex-A15 cores that run at 2.5 GHz and one SMX Kepler unit, 4 GB of RAM, 16 GB of flash memory, a GPS receiver, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, a microSD card slot, and more. The new gaming console will run Android 4.4.2 KitKat and will support three gaming environments – the NVIDIA TegraZone, Google Play and Steam.

The actual release date of the device and its price are still unknown.

Source: AnTuTu

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