NVIDIA legal documents confirm HTC Nexus 9, pegged for Q3 launch
Rumors regarding an HTC made Nexus tablet codenamed Volantis have been circulating all over the tech world for quite sometime. However, the existence of the tablet remained a mystery. But not anymore as those folks at Bright Side of News have revealed that the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet does really exist and also confirms its release timeframe.
According to the report, a legal document that is a part of NVIDIA’s lawsuit related to GPU technology patents filed against Samsung and Qualcomm reveals information about the upcoming tablet.
In these filings, the company has named the new Nexus device and has claimed that it will be based on a Tegra K1 processor. As for the release date, the document specifically mentions that the HTC Nexus 9 will be witnessing a release in the Q3 2014, sometime later this month or early next month.
Even the previous rumors regarding the Nexus 9 tablet reveal the incorporation of the Tegra K1 chipset, thereby adding more credibility to this report. Moreover, given that the release date falls in Q3 of this year, it appears like the tech world need not wait for too long to witness the launch of the Google-HTC made tablet.
According to previous reports, HTC Nexus 9 will arrive featuring an 8.9-inch display boasting a resolution of 2048 x 1440 pixels, 64-bit NVIDIA Logan Tegra K1 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB and 32GB of internal storage capacities, 8MP primary snapper at its back with OIS and a 3MP front-facing camera.
Also to be noted is that, we can expect the Android L platform alongside the Nexus 9 tablet.