It is still not clear where it will be found.
Retroid Pocket 3+ is a portable retro console that looks similar to a PSP. It is similar in hardware to budget smartphones.
The console is powered by an 8-core Unisoc SoC T618 SoC and Mali-G52 MC2 graphic. This platform was first introduced in 2019 on a 12-nanometer technology. The SoC combines 6 ARM Cortex A55 cores with 2 ARM Cortex A75 cores. All are clocked at 2 GHz.
It also features 4GB RAM, 128GB of permanent memory eMMC5.1 and a microSD card readers. It also features a touchscreen display that has a resolution 1334×750 pixels and diagonal of 4.7 inches. The brightness is 450 nits. A 4500 mAh battery is also included and Android 11 OS is also available.
You can also output the video stream from the console to a TV or monitor via HDMI.
Pre-orders are $149 The console runs simple Android games and emulators for old consoles. It will likely be able to run “cloud-based” games. Although the official website doesn’t yet specify which wireless interfaces Retroid Pocket 3 will use, it does have Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0 and Bluetooth 5. It is possible that the novelty version will get the same adapters.
Logitech GCloud consoles were previously reported to be $350 in price and to last for up to 12 hours.