A few days ago, GPD announced the WIN 4 handheld, which will be tested inside in October. Now, the official performance of this handheld has been introduced.
According to the official introduction, this is the world’s smallest 6800U handheld, slide design, Win11 system, support Steam OS; equipped with 6-inch eye protection screen, 1080P resolution, 368PPI, covering the 5th generation of Corning Gorilla Glass, support 60Hz and 40Hz two refresh rates.
In terms of performance, the R7 6800U processor is 28W TDP, 35W is still suppressed; Radeon 680M core display compared to the solo display, floating point performance is close to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060.
The following is the official 1920 x 1080 resolution game test data.
The new handheld body ends borrowed from the PSP’s rounded design, grip when the force is more distributed, grip center using a protruding design, ergonomic, full of padding, feel more comfortable; fingerprint recognition moved to the left side, the right side to add an optical finger mouse used on the early Pocket 2, support down to “confirm (Enter) “to avoid repeatedly adjusting the “joystick/mouse” switch; increased 6-axis gyro support, physical games can also be played; rocker back to the traditional staggered layout, rocker cap split into skirt and cap, a cap can be clamped skirt so that it is not easy to fall off; keyboard back to the traditional pot piece keys. Retain the backlight, while the brightness can be adjusted off; dual Type C ports, while connected to the monitor, can also be charged; shoulder keys increased the colorful dazzling light effect, and the light effect can be switched in multiple modes.
In addition, the new handheld adds a 4G LTE module for the back clip, and will also add a back clip SSD module, supporting both M.2 2230 and 2242 specifications.