Specs for an unannounced NVIDIA device called the NVIDA Mocha showed up recently at the GFXBench website, although they have since been removed.
It’s not clear if the Mocha is a real tablet or some sort of internal prototype that NVIDIA is using for test purposes. But it has one heck of a spec sheet, and could give us an idea of what to expect from future NVIDIA-powered tablets.
The NVIDIA Mocha features a 2.1 GHz Tegra K1 ARM Cortex-A15 processor, a 7.9 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel display, and Android 4.4 KitKat software.
It has 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 7MP rear camera, and a 4.8MP front-facing camera. The tablet also features WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
NVIDIA currently offers a few Tegra 4-powered devices including the NVIDIA Tegra Shield game console and Tegra Note tablet reference design. Both are relatively inexpensive devices that sell for about $200 and which feature roughly 720p display resolutions.
If the specs for the NVIDIA Mocha are real, it looks like we could see future Android devices from NVIDIA with higher-resolution screens thanks to the company’s new mobile chip 192-core graphics.
Of course, the Shield and Tegra Note could have shipped with higher-resolution displays. But then they also probably would have had higher price tags and less impressive graphics performance.