Shield Tablet K1 – Nvidia Releases Video of Android M Update For Its Tablet
Nvidia is certainly a juggernaut as far as PCs are concerned, but they’re still fairly inexperienced in the mobile market, despite their Tegra chipsets. A few weeks ago, the tech giant launched the Shield Tablet K1, an Android powered tablet that was a slightly downgraded version of the original Shield Tablet.
Many consumers were unhappy with the fact that the Shield Tablet K1 was running the older Android 5.1 Lollipop on board. Fortunately, the company has promised to launch an Android 6.0 Marshmallow update this month.
Nvidia has now posted a quick video tour guide showing everything that is changed/enhanced with the Marshmallow update. Most of the additions are actually stock features that Google integrated into Android M, but there are a few changes that are Nvidia’s own doing.
There’s a new camera app from Nvidia that uses enhanced features powered by the Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset embedded in the tablet. There’s also further optimization to GeForce Now, Nvidia’s game streaming system.
You can check out the video and see all the important changes that Nvidia’s Digital Marketing Senior Manager talks about.
Source Android Authority