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New Tegra 4-powered Nook leaked from GFXBench


Barnes & Noble has had a difficult time lately (heck, most producers have had a troublesome time not too long ago) competing with the runaway success that has turn into Amazon’s Kindle tablets.

In an try to pry away some market share, B&N seems to be engaged on new variations of its fashionable Nook tablets line as published by means of the favored GFXBench GPU benchmarking instrument.

The brand new device goes through the edition quantity BNTV800, and has been printed to run on a quad-core 1.8GHz Tegra four CPU. This bodes neatly for doable Nook homeowners, as the brand new device does now not depend on the discontinued TI OMAP chipset discovered within the Nook HD and HD+, which will have to make updates to more recent variations of Android more uncomplicated.

The BNTV800 is about to run Android four.2 Jelly Bean (indisputably extremely modified with B&N’s customized overlay) at 1620 x 1008 pixels decision, which imaginable signifies UXGA (1600 x 1200) decision with area reserved for on-monitor buttons.

Information of an improved Nook adaptation bodes neatly for everybody, as Nooks have traditionally been probably the most most inexpensive but tough droid tablets to be discovered.