The interest in mobile gaming is growing every year. This can be seen not only in the interest in gadgets such as the Nintendo Switch console or the upcoming Steam Deck, but also in the growing supply of games for smartphones and tablets. It is therefore no wonder that the number of portable handhelds on the market will continue to grow. Another candidate seemed to be the Snapdragon G3X Handheld Developer Kit, prepared together with Razer. For a moment it looked like the gadget will go to the hands of players, but the console has been prepared only for development purposes to present the power flowing from the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 system.
The Snapdragon G3X Handheld Developer Kit is a console that will only get into the hands of external developers and producers. It is designed to present the power flowing from the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 system.
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The future of the device called Snapdragon G3X Handheld Developer Kit is not yet decided, but the gadget in its current form is intended only for external developers and producers. This does not mean, however, that the specification of the device is a complete secret. M.So we are dealing with the following elements: a 6.5-inch OLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz with HDR, a USB-C port with Display Port support, a 6000 mAh battery, a 1080p webcam, 5G connectivity, WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2. There was also support for haptics.
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Everything looks impeccable and together with the computing power of the new system that will be in next year’s flagships, we can be sure that the handheld will not only launch games from cloud services, but also more demanding mobile games. The chip produced in 4 nm lithography will offer 20% more efficiency than its predecessor with 30% lower energy consumption. Unfortunately, there has already been some controversy around the new SoC chip. You can read about one of them in this news.
Source: Tom’s Hardware