Logitech handheld console will run cloud games and Android apps – Tecnoblog

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THE Logitech Advances in handheld console development. This Monday (29), the gadget appeared in images posted by Evan Blass on Twitter, suggesting the device will run Android and access the Google Play Store. The console is still compatible with cloud gaming platforms from Microsoft and Nvidia.

Logitech’s handheld console should support Android apps (Image: Play / Evan Blass)

The images have been made public just weeks after the announcement of a partnership between Logitech G and Tencent Games to create a handheld console. At the time, the companies announced that the device would enable the use of cloud gaming services. However, the manufacturer did not reveal many details about the product at that time.

But you won’t have to wait until the planned release later this year to check out the notebook. Yesterday, Evan Blass posted three promotional images of the gadget, which were removed by Twitter due to a copyright complaint. And, in addition to the appearance, with buttons that resemble the Nintendo Switch, the leaker expected some video game features.

The Logitech console will have relief on the back to give more comfort to the hands (Image: Reproduction / Evan Blass)
The Logitech console will have relief on the back to give more comfort to the hands (Image: Reproduction / Evan Blass)

The Logitech console should run Android apps

This is about Android app support. In one of the pictures, you can see the Play Store, Chrome and YouTube on the main screen. The material also featured Xbox, Nvidia and Steam icons, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth indicators.

But the leak goes beyond the interface. The console has a screen located in the center, with buttons facing left and the other part with buttons X, Y, A and B. There are also triggers on the top and protruding on the back, at the height of the hands, to give more comfort during use.

The Logitech console will have buttons similar to the Nintendo Switch (Image: Playback/Evan Blass)
The Logitech console will have buttons similar to the Nintendo Switch (Image: Playback/Evan Blass)

The gadget may bring a Qualcomm processor

Information about the technical sheet is not yet available. However, the expectation is that the device will come with the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1, a Qualcomm processor for handheld consoles. Other bets revolve around other specifications that will appear on mobile phones for the gaming audience, such as 120Hz screens.

The release date and price are also still unknown.

According to: 9to5Google, Engadget, Evan Blass (Twitter) and on the edge

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