NVIDIA’s first 64-bit processor designed for Android

NVIDIA's first 64-bit Denver processor for Android

NVIDIA has given insights about the new “Denver” Tegra K1, the initial 64-bit chip intended for Android devices. The new chip, a updated lineup of the current 32-bit Tegra K1, was intended for the most astounding single-core throughput conceivable, in a dual core ARMv8 pack. Most intriguing to Android fans, is the statement that NVIDIA is in now working at the Android L development on the new equipment.

With bits of gossip about a NVIDIA-controlled 8-inch Nexus tablet so across the board, there’s a great chance we simply got a gander at its processor. Follow us for more technical details.


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