Qualcomm announces Snapdragon G-series platform for handheld gaming consoles

AyaNeo, Huaqin, Inventec, Thundercomm and other gaming handheld companies are partnering with Qualcomm to bring new devices powered by the Snapdragon G-series chipsets later this year.

The Snapdragon G3x Gen1 which already powers the Razer Edge 5G is also getting updated with the new Snapdragon G3x Gen 2. The new top-end chipset from the G-series will power flagship handhelds aiming to deliver PC-level gaming on the go. G3x Gen 2 features an eight-core Kryo CPU which is over 30% faster than its predecessor. The chip also features a new Adreno A32 GPU which promises 2x the performance of its predecessor.

Qualcomm announces Snapdragon G-series platform for handheld gaming consoles

Qualcomm formally introduced its three-tier G-series chipsets designed for portable gaming consoles. The Snapdragon G1 Gen 1 is built for fanless game streaming handhelds with claims of over 10 hours of battery life. It features an eight-core Kryo CPU and Adreno A11 GPU alongside Wi-Fi 5 connectivity and Bluetooth 5.0. The chipset supports up to 720p display resolutions at 60 fps.

Qualcomm announces Snapdragon G-series platform for handheld gaming consoles

Snapdragon G2 Gen1 will power handhelds meant for mobile and cloud gaming with the same eight-core Kryo CPU and a more powerful Adreno A21 GPU. The G2 series also gains Wi-Fi 6/6E and 5G connectivity thanks to the Snapdragon X62 5G modem. The chip supports FHD+ displays at up to 144 fps.

Snapdragon G3x Gen 2 supports ray tracing, Wi-Fi 7 and 5G connectivity. The chip can handle up to FHD+ displays at up to 144 fps and Qualcomm is boasting PCIe Gen 4 SSD and stereo haptics support.

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