NVIDIA Shield 2 Leaks out, Features 4GB RAM, 64Bit Tegra K1 Chip
Latest Leaks from AnTuTu Benchmarks confirms that NVIDIA is indeed working on the next generation handheld gaming device named the Shield 2. Its predecessor, which was first unveiled last year was a powerful gaming device and now, NVIDIA Shield 2 is almost ready to follow its footsteps.
NVIDIA Shield 2 leaked Specs
The AnTuTu Benchmark Database reveals that the test Prototype of the Gaming console will be Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat based Operating System and features at least 5-Inch or bigger Display with 1440 x 900 Pixel Resolution.
NVIDIA Shield 2 is expected to features a powerful 2.5GHz Quad Core 64-Bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 Chipset coupled with Ge-Force Kepler GPU (made up of 192 CUDA Cores). It is worth noting that the Chipset is capable of reaching AnTuTu Benchmarks upwards 44,500 Points.
The portable gaming console will also boast 4GB of RAM and 16GB of Built in storage. There is a 0.3 Mega Pixel Front Facing Camera camera as well.
The Leak details doesn’t reveal the actual dimensions and details regarding the battery capacity in NVIDIA Shield 2. The company expects to create a bang for bucks with the High end Hardware. For further updates, keep visiting Newzars.