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The Razer Edge 5G is an upcoming Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 Android handheld gaming console

With Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas underway, Razer joined Qualcomm and Verizon to announce a new Android-powered gaming console, the Razer Edge 5G. The device will be officially unveiled at RazerCon in October 004, but we did get a brief introduce.

As the name suggests, the Razer Edge 5G will offer 5G connectivity, which will be the first on a handheld gaming console similar. The device will be able to run games without an internet connection, as it comes with the Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 platform announced last year and a development kit built by Razer that does have similarities to the Edge 5G.

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Razer Edge 5G Trailer

As an Android device, you can expect the Razer Edge 5G to run all the mobile games available in the Google Play Store, but it can also run cloud gaming services and Stream games to your PC or console. The video shows the design of the Edge 5G, which features dual rockers, a directional pad, and buttons next to the display, and adaptive shoulder triggers on the back.

Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 Handheld developer kit
Razer Edge 5G teasers Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 Handheld Development Kit

Based on last year’s Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 Dev Kit console, the Razer Edge 5G may have 6.15 inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate and exclusive Adreno GPU, active cooling and a 6, mAh battery. The device is also expected to offer a 1080P webcam for live streaming and will output via USB to a 4K TV or monitor, AR and VR headsets-C DisplayPort is supported.





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