Reports and leaks about the HTC Nexus 9 have been looming the online world for a long time now. Today, NVIDIA may have inadvertently revealed and confirmed the existence of the Nexus 9 tablet. A leaked court documents from NVIDIA in which they claim Qualcomm and Samsung are infringing on their GPU patents not only makes mention of a Nexus 9, but reveals the manufacturer Google will be partnering with HTC for the same.
The document says that the tablet will be powered by Tegra K1 processor and is expected release in Q3 of this year. Earlier this month, a report claimed that HTC Nexus 9 will get a keyboard accessory. In June the tablet which will be likely called Volantis was leaked with some specs and render and last month it was reported to pass Wi-Fi certification.
Previous rumors has suggested that the HTC-made Nexus tablet would come with a 8.9″ (2048 × 1440 pixels) (281ppi), NVIDIA Tegra K1 64-bit processor, 2GB RAM, 16/32GB internal storage, 8MP rear camera with Sony sensor, 3MP front facing camera, Stereo front-facing speakers and aluminium build. Some rumors that said it will come with 5GB RAM turned out to be fake. It will be 7.9mm thick and weigh 418 grams. It is expected to come in WiFi and LTE variants.