A few hours after presentation of the new version of the Google operating system, Android 5.0, Nvidia officially announces that Lollipop will soon also on his Shield Portable Tablet.
After months of its first appearance, which took place at the conference Google I / O 2014, Android 5.0 has finally made its official appearance on the stage of the mobile world. With the arrival of Android Lollipop part of the season then the updates and the list of devices that are waiting to be achieved by the new version of the Google platform is already long.
The first two terminals to make use of Android The course will be the new Nexus, the phablet Motorola / Google Nexus 6, a smartphone conspicuous both for the hardware and for the price, and the HTC Nexus tablet 9, a device that we met through the rumors and that looks pretty interesting in many respects.
One of the main opponents to the Nexus 9 could be the terminal by Nvidia few months ago, the ‘Shield Portable Tablet, a tablet proposed as a platform dedicated to video gaming and that, beyond this propensity, looks like a gadget really worthy of note.
Both tablets rely on the same system on chip or processor Nvidia Tegra K1. The chip has a set of instructions in 64-bit and is therefore normal that you anticipated forward to the release of Android Lollipop to take full advantage of its potential.
Nvidia has officially announced through his account Twitter which, in effect, the tablet is already slated to receive the update to Android 5.0 although they are not yet known with precision timing. The update will be able to add some value to the Shield Tablet which has already received several positive reviews during its brief existence.
The same compatibility also includes apparatus Nexus 4, Nexus 5, 7 Nexus and Nexus 7, the Motorola Moto 2013, and later as well as the terminals HTC One M7, M8 One, Mini One and Mini 2.