NVIDIA Tegra Chipset
An Nvidia Tegra chip is seen next to a dime in an undated handout photo. Credit: REUTERS/Nvidia/HandoutCredit: REUTERS/Nvidia/Handout

Pictures of the American chipmaker, Nvidia's much -peculated tablet device - Tegra Tab - have been leaked online.

Chinese technology website, My Drivers has released the first exclusive snapshots of the rumoured Nvidia tablet's back panel, further proving its existence. The first of the images show the sturdy rubber based back panel with 'Tegra Tab' imprints on the centre and a camera at the top-left corner, opposite to which has stylus docking space.

The second picture is a close-up shot of the top-left corner of the device. Along with camera, it shows audio-phone jack, HDMI port, micro-USB port and SIM-card slot, hinting it might boast calling feature. [To view the images of Nvidia Tegra Tab, Click Here]

Even though there are no images of the Nvidia Tegra Tab display, numerous reports suggest that the tablet would sport a 7.0-inch full HD 1080p screen and run on Android v4.2.2 Jelly Bean powered by company's in-house built Tegra 4 chipset which can top CPU speed up to 1.8GHz.

Just a few weeks ago, Nvidia forayed into the device business with the release of flagship handheld gaming console 'Shield'. It sports a 5.0-inch touchscreen based and runs on Android v4.1.2 operating system powered by the Tegra 4 series processor. The device is now available in North America and is expected to debut in India soon.