A new Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld has been leaked over the past few weeks, and now, thanks to Cuba Wojciechowski, the specs have been revealed. It was revealed that the portable cloud gaming device will run on Android and will be equipped with the characteristics of a midrange smartphone.
The aptly named Logitech G Cloud gaming console features a 6.9inch 1920 x 1080ppi 320ppi display, all powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor with 4GB of memory and a 6000mAh battery. and WiFi 5 connectivity. The portable Android cloud gaming device is expected to ship with Android 11 installed, although the Snapdragon 720G is capable of supporting Android 12, so this may change closer to its launch date.
The cloud gaming console will include fullscreen launchers for services such as NVIDIA GeForce Now, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and access to the Google Play store. Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has yet been leaked or made public, but as soon as the information becomes known, we will, as always, keep you updated.
For more information on the new Logitech G Cloud handheld gaming console, follow the FCC and US Patent Office links below.
Source: FCC: US Patent Office: Liliputing: GeekBench
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