The next-gen gaming tablet from Nvidia recently got certification from GCF and now leaked images from @evleaks have revealed the first frontal press shots of the device.
Nvidia hinted that they will be bringing gaming to tablets and we might see that happening soon enough. The upcoming Shield tablet is rumored to have a 7.9 inch Full HD (or greater) display, 16 GB of storage and a Tegra K1 SoC. Based on the image we could say that Nvidia will follow its previous design philosophy and add a front facing camera to the front speaker grill itself. It is also rumored that the the tablet will be able to support a controller and Nvidia is making one itself, though we haven't seen any real images of the controller yet.
Nvidia has been trying to bring a handheld gaming device to the masses since its Shield days. Previously, Nvidia made a 7 inch tablet called the Tegra Note 7 and has partnered with different OEMs to manufacture and sell the device. We reviewed it and it fared quite well in gaming performance. REVIEW: Xolo Play Tegra Note Tab
With the Android gaming scene rekindled after Google I/O we may be on the verge of seeing new entrants in the Android gaming device market.