Razer, a manufacturer of gaming devices, announced that the Edge mobile Android console, which was announced in October last year by Razer, will go on sale January 26. In the beginning, the 5G version of this device will be offered at a substantial discount.
Razer Edge has a 6.8 inch AMOLED display and a refresh rate 144Hz. It is powered by the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 CPU, specifically designed for gaming consoles. The device can be controlled using Android 12 OS. The device includes Kishi V2 Pro which is an Android and iOS modified version of the Kishi V2 Controller. It features a vibration actuator as well as a headphone Jack, both of which are not present on the original gamepad.
Razer and mobile operator Verizon launched the Edge project. A 5G-enabled version is available for $599.99, while a WiFi-only version is available for $399.99. The operator mentioned that the 5G version will go on sale for $359.99 at the beginning of sales. However, they did not give any indication as to how long it would last.
Razer Edge, a portable console, is intended to connect to cloud gaming services including NVIDIA GeForceNow, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. The device runs Android, which means that it supports mobile OS games by Google. Logitech released a device called the G Cloud that was similar in purpose but was more affordable.