Razer’s Qualcomm-powered handheld console has been leaked | Digit

Good news for all gamers, it looks like Qualcomm is collaborating with Razer to offer a new portable development kit for gaming. This kit will be built around your upcoming Snapdragon G3X processor. VideoCardz posted some leaked slides labeling the device “Snapdragon G3X Handheld Developer Kit”, and this implies that the offer will be aimed at developers and software manufacturers. It is believed that this kit should help them build their own hardware and software that will run on Qualcomm’s mobile gaming technology.

What functions will the Qualcomm portable console have?

In addition to having the new Snapdragon G3X processor, the console is rumored to include a 6,000 mAh battery, USB-C port for XR accessories, 1080p webcam, support for DisplayPort over USB-C, and “incredible ergonomics and haptics.” . It is claimed to have an OLED panel equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate. The display can also support HDR. Wireless connectivity options can include 5G mmWave, Wi-Fi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.2. According to VideoCardz, the device might be able to stream games from services like xCloud.

What functions will the Qualcomm portable console have?

Other Qualcomm news

Additionally, VideoCardz has released slides showing Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship smartphone processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is claimed to be 30% more energy efficient compared to its predecessor, it has 20% faster CPU and 30% faster. Faster GPU.

Smartphone brands have already started to reveal their phone lines that will use the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. At this point, the Xiaomi 12, RealMe GT 2 Pro and Moto Edge X30 have been confirmed as the first smartphones to use the new processor (and two of these, Moto Edge X30 and Xiaomi 12, will launch in December, with the third launch coming next quarter).

Also Read: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Chip Officially Released to Power Premium Android Phones in 2022

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