The wait is finally over as Nvidia has released its most considerable Shield TV upgrade in a long time. Straight from Android version 9, the manufacturer is in the works to bring android 11 to all models of Boxes. For this upgrade, several new features can be witnessed, for example, the addition of voice control and GeForce Now in 4K HDR.
On January 11th, which was yesterday, the manufacturer started to dispatch its Shield Experience 9.0 operating system, spoken since October of 2021. Shield TV, which is now running Android 9, will make a massive leap with an Android 11-enhanced UI, much like its descendants.
Unique features can be found with the new update
This Android 11 deployment will introduce a slew of new features. They are starting with Gboard, the Google keyboard, which will be shown and even access Google Assistant. There is also the ability to the privacy of your apps. Google Play Movies & TV now supports Dolby Vision HDR to improve the Shield TV movie experience. New video content catalogs such as Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Disney+, YouTube TV, IMDb TV, etc., can also be accessed after this update).
Shield Experience 9.0 will also take advantage of the recently launched GeForce Now RTX3080 subscription to offer high-end, latency-free cloud gaming. You will be able to play a game in 4K HDR with 7.1 surround sound if you have subscribed to the new service. The update will also benefit Twitch, allowing it to play and stream simultaneously in high quality.
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