The EVGA Tegra Note 7, also referred to often as the NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 platform, may soon be replaced by a brand new model with NVIDIA’s next generation Tegra K1 processor. A device referred to as the “NVIDIA Mocha” recently surfaced on the GFXBench website inside some benchmarks, spotted by Android Authority, that reveal some of the device’s specs.
NVIDIA used the Tegra Note 7 as a platform that other OEMs, like EVGA, could build tablets off of, and we expect that will happen this time around, too. We can see that NVIDIA appears to be planning to add a larger and sharper display to its Tegra tablet platform. The benchmark suggests it’s employing a 7.9-inch display with a super sharp 2048 x 1536-pixel resolution. Additionally, we see references to OpenGL ES 3.1 support, 1.7GB of RAM, 13GB of storage (presumably the rest is occupied by other files), and Android 4.4.2.
NVIDIA is probably going to stick to its gaming roots with this tablet, and we know that the Tegra K1 already offers some impressive gaming potential. During CES 2014, for example, the company demoed a video showing Unreal 4 on the Tegra K1 with DirectX 11 support.
We don’t know when the NVIDIA Mocha will launch, if ever. As we noted earlier, it’s likely this is a platform that OEMs can use to model new tablets after, and we don’t know if EVGA is on board for another go at the Tegra Note. Here’s a look at the benchmark specs: