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Valve’s Steam Deck is coming sooner than later, and it’s only logical for a few competitors to pop up, especially from Razer. This new handheld game console will allegedly be powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon G3x SoC and feature a large 120Hz HDR OLED screen, along with a 6000mAh battery. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Compared to its predecessor, the G3x is purportedly 20% faster and 30% more power-efficient. This chip will be manufactured using 4nm process technology, paired with a 4th-generation Adreno GPU, resulting in 30% higher GPU performance and 25% power savings. How much will a console like this cost? The Steam Deck starts at $399 (64GB) and goes all the way up to $649 (512GB), so it should be on par with that price range.
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