Razer is constantly visiting mobile games and previously had a tablet with game consoles, and has added additional gamepad handles to its mobile phone, but has now moved on to a full-fledged mobile gaming device. Although he has only done development tools for Qualcomm so far. The company does not yet know if this mobile device will go into mass production. First, he wants to see games from the developers, and thus whether it’s worthwhile to go in that direction.
Qualcomm has recently been trying to expand in all directions, so it’s moving with its chips to PC, so it’s also testing game consoles like this one. Specifically with the Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 chip, designed for Android gaming devices and for streaming from the cloud or from a PC. Finally, with Xbox controls, the mobile device looks ready to stream Game Pass. Qualcomm also wants to give it its own games, so it’s distributing these devices to developers.
The chip in the portable Razer complements the cooling system, it was added so that the chip does not slow down. It also has haptic response, four speakers connected to Snapdragon Sound technology, and an added 1080p front camera to broadcast your face. The battery is 6000 mAh and the screen is OLED 1080p / 120Hz with HDR technology. It also offers 5G for gaming streaming as well as Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2.
We don’t know exactly the performance of the chip, but it is likely to be higher than the Snapdragon 888, so there is no need to worry about speed. What you have to worry about is the general acceptance by gamers, as it is not easy for these Android devices to offer something more than standard mobile games. It’s not a Steam Deck that can run almost anything from a PC.
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