Earlier this month, when the rumors about the release of the Android L update for select smartphones were getting high attention, NVIDIA's Shield tablet was then said to be the first one to receive the same update.
Now, it looks like NVIDIA is keeping its promise. Android 5.0 Lollipop is apparently seeding to Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE over-the-air and the information has started making rounds in the tech webosphere giving hopes to other smartphones and tablets owners as well. The gaming hardware manufacturer delivered the news about the update on Twitter roughly a week after the Wi-Fi model got the same treatment.
The OS update makes Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE the first slate with 4G connectivity to boot Android 5.0 on the US market. Android 5.0 Lollipop brings new functionality to the Nvidia Shield Tablet. The slate now features updated stock apps and the ability to stream a number of PC games via Nvidia Grid game service.
If you are unaware of the tablet, the Nvidia Shield tablet is powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor (quad-core) and sports a stereo speakers, an 8-inch screen with 1200 x 1920 pixels, DirectStylus pen, 5MP rear cameras on the rear and front, 2 GB of RAM, and microSD card support.
However, it is not sure, when the update will hit the other devices globally.
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