Recent reports said that the NVIDIA Shield 2 will be globally launched on the 22nd of July. How true is it then?
Undying rumors said that the NVIDIA Shield 2 will come powered by the new NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor at the clock speed of 2.5GHz.
Moreover, the recent information said that NVIDIA Shield 2 will also feature a GeForce Kepler GPU. It will also come with a 4GB of RAM, a 16GB of built in storage, 1440 x 810 pixels resolution, and Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
Nvidia Shield is a handheld game console by Nvidia which was released on July 31, 2013.
The Shield, which runs on Android Jelly Bean features a flip-up 130 mm (5-inch) touchscreen display with 1280×720 pixel resolution. With regard to the design, the Shield is similar in shape to that of Xbox 360 controller while it gets a control set up like ?a Dualshock controller, featuring two analog joysticks, a D-pad, and other buttons.
?NVIDIA Shield combines cutting-edge components and technologies to provide incredible mobile performance and precision gameplay for serious gamers. From next-generation Android games to wirelessly streaming PC games, SHIELD is gaming The Way It?s Meant to be Played,? NVIDIA said on its official website.
FEATURES OF SHIELD
A BLAZING-FAST MOBILE PROCESSOR
The NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor features a 72-core NVIDIA GeForce? GPU and quad-core ARM? A15 CPU for graphic-intensive Android games without compromising battery life.
CONSOLE-GRADE GAME CONTROLLER
NVIDIA SHIELD is the perfect mobile game controller, ergonomically designed for maximum comfort, whether you’re playing Android games or streaming PC games on the go.
HIGH-FIDELITY SPEAKERS ENGINEERED TO IMMERSE YOU
SHIELD takes mobile sound farther with a unique bass-reflex, tuned-port system designed for enthusiasts who crave high-fidelity audio when playing games, movies, and music.
HD MULTI-TOUCH LCD
A vibrant 5-inch LCD tablet display makes text, colors, and images look sharp at every angle in all your favorite apps, games, and movies.
With all these, the fact still remains that NVIDIA has not officially announced yet any information about the Shield 2. We can only hope for the release of the NVIDIA?s Shield 2 on July.
(Photos courtesy of http://shield.nvidia.com/)