Today some leaked documents and images have been leaked that seem to show Nvidia’s next-generation Shield Android TV box, which is said to be unveiled during the CES 2017 event.

Ahead of that time, details of the new set-top box have been published on the Android Police website.

This report claims that there will be two versions or sizes of this new Nvidia Shield box.

It is thought that the larger of the two models will feature additional storage, with extra ports, and possibly some other extra features.

The original box was equipped with a Nvidia Tegra X1 processor, 3GB of RAM, as well as support for 4K content,

It will be interesting to see how they build upon those specifications and change how the Shield works. Recently details about a possible new subscription service from Nvidia were recently leaked, so it is possible that it might be linked.

We will let you know as soon as we hear anything official, but before then you can check out the recent leak at the source link below.

Source: Android Police

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