In a partnership with Tencent Games, the Logitech G handheld gaming console will launch with Android support. This information became available from a series of sources after the certification of this device leaked online. This time around we are talking about the Geekbench listing of this device.
The specifications of the coming cloud gaming console from Logitech aren’t impressive. It seriously leaves so much to be hoped for, but it is a cloud gaming device and might not need so much power. This is because games on this platform can play straight from the cloud without any need for an application download.
Starting on its specifications will be its operating system, which is Android 11. The company might prepare an upgrade to a more recent Android version after the launch. Next in line is its processor, which will be the Snapdragon 720 SoC along with 4GB of RAM.
The Logitech G handheld gaming console secures a score of 541 (single-core) and 1661 (multi-core) for itself. Asides from this, there is nothing more about the specification of this gaming device. Writing this device off at such an early stage won’t be ideal, since this is the company’s first attempt at a gaming console. We’ll need to see how well it handles cloud games once it launches and is ready for global purchase.