Razer is teasing the Edge 5G handheld game console, coming October 15th


At the Mobile World Congress Las Vegas held in Las Vegas, the local e-commerce giants Verizon and Razer jointly announced on stage that they would launch a portable game console called the Razer Edge 5G, which has already revealed that it will uses the Qualcomm Includes Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 chip (Adreno GPU refresh rate Display + 144fps + 10-bit HDR), 6E FastConnect 6900 Wi-Fi module.

That is, at the end of last year, Qualcomm and Razer released a developer kit for the G3x chip, but at that time it only had a 120Hz 6.65-inch OLED screen, but it had four-way speakers and a built-in handle The official version of the Razer Edge 5G It’ n appears to be close to such a configuration.

According to Verizon, in addition to streaming over 5G and Wi-Fi, the Edge 5G can also be used natively offline. It just so happens that there are more such game console products on the market, such as Steam Deck Valve and Logitech’s G Cloud Gaming Handheld, so it’s no surprise that Razer, as a major game peripheral manufacturer, will follow suit. up Razer announced that the Edge 5G will be officially announced at RazerCon on October 15, so be sure to follow our report.

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