NVIDIA has provided details about the new "Denver" Tegra K1, the first 64-bit chip designed for Android devices. The new chip, a sister to the current 32-bit Tegra K1, was designed for the highest single-core throughput possible, in a dual core ARMv8 package. Most interesting to Android fans, is the mention that NVIDIA is already at work developing Android L on the new hardware.
With rumors of an NVIDIA-powered 8-inch Nexus tablet so widespread, there's a good chance we just got a look at it's processor. Follow the source link for more technical details.