NVIDIA Shield Android TV Teased, Check Out the Specifications


If you have been a tech-enthusiast, then you will be surprised to know that NVIDIA is launching a refresh edition of its Shield TV. Yes, we are going to see a new Android-powered NVIDIA Shield TV on the market soon.

In this modern world, there are many manufacturers with numerous Android TVs and Set-top boxes available on the market. With this, NVIDIA is relaunching a complete fresh edition of its popular Sheild TV on the market. The new Android-powered Shield TV appeared on the Google Play Developer Console.

The newly leaked Shield TV is carrying a codename ‘mdarcy’. The current Shield TV’s codename is “darcy”. As per the reports and listing, the new Android-powered Shield TV will be running on the latest Android Operating System i.e. Android 9.0 Pie.

If we talk about the hardware configurations, the new Shield TV will be the same as the current one in terms of its hardware specifications. The design and overall look of the new edition are identical to the previous edition.

This new Shield TV will be powered by the Tegra X1 T210 SoC. The previous edition of the Shield TV is running on the same SoC. We hope to see even more powerful Processor to handle the HD content and advanced graphics.

We have already seen NVIDIA’s new GeForce RTX SUPER graphics cards which are coming to the Technology market in the coming weeks. So we hope from the new generation Shield Televisions to use this graphics card.

The Current Generation of Shield TV is powered by Android 8.0 Oreo Operating System. The new edition will be running on the latest Android 9.0 Pie Operating System which will bring a bunch of new features to the Platform.

Unfortunately, there are no further details listed on Google Developer’s page so we are certainly unaware about the extra features of this new generation Shield TV.

We are also not sure whether the listed information is true or not as no one has confirmed about the same. We would get to hear more about NVIDIA’s future Shield TV in the coming days.

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