A set of rumors suggested that Nvidia might enter the tablet arena by launching its own 7-inch tablet. We even saw the leaked images of the tablet that makes us believe this rumor might be true after all. And today, some leaked AnTuTu benchmark shows a “TegraTab7-Premium” device that has been tested in China.
The tablet managed to score a whopping 27,643 in the benchmarks that is being tested on Chinese shores and is expected to feature a Tegra 4 chipset clocked at 1.8GHz, running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on top of it. However, the score appears to be low considering the fact that Tegra 4 is the latest chipset by Nvidia, though it has not made an appearance on any major device right now.
The report also reveals some other specifications of the device that includes a 7 inch display sporting a resolution of 1280 x 736 pixels, 5MP camera, HDMI output, microSD and stylus support.
However, let me remind you that these tests could be fake so don’t rely on it completely – just take it with a grain of salt. I hope they are true and runs the latest Android 4.3 rather than an old version of Android. Currently, there are no details about the launch and availability of the device, but we might see them soon.
Source: TechKiddyFiled Under: Android News