Verizon introduced (opens in new tab) on Wednesday that it had teamed up with Razer and Qualcomm for an always-connected moveable recreation console that makes use of Google’s Android working system and permits to play Android video games and video games streamed from the cloud or a stationary recreation console.
The Razer Edge 5G recreation console leverages Qualcomm’s Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 (opens in new tab) system-on-chip explicitly designed for moveable gaming units. Qualcomm launched the SoC rather less than a 12 months in the past however nonetheless has not disclosed its specs, so the one factor we do know for certain is that the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 Gaming Platform helps gaming at an as much as 4K decision at as much as 144 frames per second, rendering in 10-bit HDR, Wi-Fi 6E, and 5G (together with each sub-6GHz and 5G mmWave) connectivity. As well as, the platform permits you to connect a 4K TV or a show to the console and an XR accent utilizing a USB-C port.
Razer constructed a reference software program developer package outfitted with a 6.65-inch Full HD+ OLED display screen for Qualcomm (opens in new tab), although it’s unclear whether or not the Razer Edge 5G depends on the design geared toward recreation designers.
Razer has been attempting to enter console gaming (with Oyua) and moveable gaming (with Razer Telephone) markets for some time with out vital success. Maybe its Razer Edge 5G will at all times be linked and basically depend on distant gaming platforms developed by third events, and Android can be a extra profitable product.
Razer plans to announce extra particulars about its Razer Edge 5G gaming system at its RazerCon (opens in new tab) occasion on October 15.
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