Nexus 9 confirmed to sport a 64-bit Tegra K1

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Screenshots of the upcoming Nexus 9 has leaked online revealing that it is going to be pretty darn powerful. According to one of the screenshots, it will back a 64-bit Tegra K1. This could very well be the first tablet to sport the SoC. The Shield Tablet features the Tegra K1, but it’s only the 32-bit version.

NVIDIA unveiled the 64-bit version a couple of weeks ago. This chip sports the same 192-core Keplar architecture-based GPU in the 32-bit version, but it’s paired with NVIDIA’s own 64-bit, dual core “Project Denver” CPU. It also supports up to 8 GB of RAM.

The big question, other than when this tablet will get released, has to be how much this bad boy is going to cost?

source: TKTechNews

 

  • jack

    Nothing over 400$. 350$ would be the right spot I think

  • Major Suave

    Thank god the screenshot does not look like 4:3