It was just this past Friday that we brought your attention to NVIDIA's snazzy-looking tablet, said to sport a 7-inch diagonal and take advantage of the company's latest in-house effort – the Tegra 4 SoC, clocked at 1.8GHz.
We are also expecting the tablet to:
- come running a 1280x736 resolution
- feature a 5MP rear shooter
- come with Stylus, microHDMI and microSD support
We're adding a new piece to the puzzle that has been unearthed yesterday, and this may be the first real indication of how NVIDIA's tablet performs in the real world. An alleged AnTuTu benchmark test puts the score at 27,643 – an impressive feat, and a fair amount better than the 2013 Nexus 7, which scored just short of the 20,000 mark. That being said, do keep in mind that the pixel count on Google's latest is significantly higher, which is quite possibly the reason for most of the difference
Wrapping this up, we remind you that we're also told that despite its 'Premium' moniker, this is a less fancy version of another, supposedly truly premium tablet that NVIDIA has in the works. While we have no information on that one, it is easy to imagine that NVIDIA will probably have the good sense to bump the display to at least 1080p, considering the stiff competition. Whether we're to see a rival duo similar to the Nexus 7 and the upcoming Nexus 10 remains to be seen.