Chinese company GPD, which is known for its Windows-based handheld game consoles, is preparing a new model.
The novelty will be called GPD-X. The device, unlike other consoles of the manufacturer, will come with Android 11 operating system and pre-installed Google services. In addition, the novelty will be able to boast of a modular design. Users will be able to install different types of joysticks.
GPD-X will come with a 6.81″ display. It will receive a hole for the front camera. Also, the novelty will be equipped with a 7000 mAh battery, a MediaTek Helio G95 processor, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of UFS 3.1 ROM, a slot for a memory card and a SIM. will be used exclusively for mobile Internet, calls and SMS will not be supported in the device.
When the release of GPD-X will take place – there is no information yet. It is also unknown how much they will ask for a novelty. We can only assume that the console will cost less than the Valve Steam Deck ($ 399).