Nvidia has a new Android-powered SHIELD gaming tablet in the works, and its renders were leaked on Thursday. Yesterday, however, we received more detailed specifications of the device.
It will allegedly feature an 8-inch 1200p display along with the new Tegra K1 Processor:
– 8-inch, 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD display
– Wi-Fi + LTE (32GB model) or WiFI only (16GB storage) model
– MicroSD card support (up to 128GB)
– Stylus support
– 4K Ultra-HD ready
Its announcement will take place on July 22 with a US and Canada release on the 29th, shortly followed by Europe on August 14. As for an international release, it is expected to be sometime in Fall 2014.
The Wi-Fi + LTE version will come with 32GB storage and will set you back $399, whereas the Wi-Fi Only version will come in 16GB flavor at $299. The SHIELD controller will cost $59.