Nvidia Shield Tablet X1 was spotted earlier on GFXBench that revealed it’s technical specification. It would feature a 1.9 GHz Nvidia Tegra X1 Processor, but a reliable Chinese Leakster leaked its Antutu Benchmark score. According the source, this tablet scored 134000 in Antutu benchmark test. This score surpasses Exynos 8890 benchmark score that was leaked earlier today. We assumed that Exynos 8890 scored the best so far, but Nvidia Tegra X1 could take the lead.
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Nvidia’s Tegra X1 processor is an 64-bit octa-core processor (4 cores x A57 2MB L2; 4 cores x A53 512KB L2) based on 20 nm FinFET tech, but GFXBench report shows it as quad-core X A57 processor. It seems the powerful part got benchmarked and the less powerful processor was left to breathe. Tegra X1 features NVIDIA Maxwell 256-core GPU, and it is compatible with 4K video.
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Nvidia Shield Tablet X1 shows up with 8 inches display, 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution, 3GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage (25GB shows in GFXBench), Tegra X1 CPU and it is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
There is no detail when Nvidia Shield Tablet X1 will be launched. We will update you as soon as we receive more information. Stay tuned!