With the Tegra 4 ending its life cycle , the flagship baton is passed down to the Nvidia K1 , which at the moment is one of the highest benchmarking processors available . The Nvidia K1 , which comes with the 192 Kepler cores and it comes in two forms with a Quadcore A15 design ,which is already responsible for making the Xiaomi Mi-Pad tablet a huge success and a Dual Core 64bit processor that uses the ARM V8 design and Nvidia's Denver architecturewhich has a 7-way superscalar with 128 KiB + 64 KiB of L1 per core , the chipset is rumored to be on the upcoming HTC Volantis aka Nexus 8 ,and the upcoming Nvidia Shield 2 ,there is also a rumor that the chipset might be found on the device you see on top , which according to our source , is Nvidia's next Tegra Note reference tablet . The tablet , like its predecessor is said to have front facing speakers , but the screen has been buffed up from a 7" 720p pannel to a 7.9" display with a uber-cool 2048x1536 , The display resolution is the same as the Xiaomi Mi-Pad , which also uses a Tegra K1 chipset and this means the pixel count will be 324 ppi , The tablet will feature 4G LTE data as well , and hopefully Nvidia will keep the price low , but considering that the Mi-Pad retails for about $249 , this will likely cost about $299 , which is acceptable considering the bigger/better display and 4G LTE .
Written by Rakitha for MasHD
Source - GSMArena