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As we reported before, NVIDIA recently submitted an FCC filing for a SoC update Shield TV, which has appeared in many places. For example, in the device information of the Google Play Store:
The Tegra X1 t210b01 SoC-based device is also available in the Linux kernel source code for the Shield TV device provided by NVIDIA:
The device code-named mdarcy has clearly pointed to a SoC upgraded version of Shield TV, but careful people found that the device model submitted in the FCC filing does not match the SoC upgraded version of the Shield TV. The SoC upgraded version of Shield TV directly uses the Model number used by the 2017 Shield TV, which is P2897, and the filing request for direct submission. The Model number that appears in the FCC filing is P3430, which means that this points to a brand new device.
The new SHIELD Experience system also digs out the clues of new equipment, this device code is "sif", it does not have a USB port, but there will be SD card support, the motherboard ID is P3425, and FMC filing above P3430 Very close, and the device tree where the kernel is located is under t210b01, which is consistent with mdarcy, which is the SoC upgraded version of Shield TV.
At present, all the evidence that can prove that the codename is "sif" is from the official open source Linux kernel source of NVIDIA and the latest SHIELD Experience 8.0 system. NVIDIA may introduce two different NVIDIA Shield TVs. High, here is a joke, the same is "NS", NVIDIA will also have a NS Lite - NVIDIA Shield Lite?