The Nintendo Switch is the last console of the Japanese company in Europe, a console which, after four years of success, could have a new rival that would have Android as its operating system, and this is what we can learn from one Android Police exclusive. , Qualcomm is working on a console.
Qualcomm would prepare a Nintendo Switch
From the well-known English blog, they were able to access real images of a Qualcomm product currently in development. Although they were unable to share these images, it is believed to be a device reminiscent of the Nintendo console, with the appearance of a bulky mobile with removable game controls on the sides.
The rationale for large size would be related to two of the restrictions that video games offer, heating and power consumption, so the Qualcomm console would have a large heatsink and 6000mAh battery, on top of that. the possibility of connecting the console. to the TV or an external monitor.
This console would have the launch of Android 12, with a custom launcher to provide a console experience and access to all Google apps and services. Qualcomm would also expect to have the Epic Games game store, as well as a store with its own content.
Regarding the launch of this device, Qualcomm could present this device in the first quarter of 2022 looking for a base price of around $ 300, a price range similar to that of Nintendo’s handheld console.
One of the key points of this console would be 5G connectivity, including the 5G Snapdragon X55 modem which is currently found in the Snapdragon 865, 865+ and 870 processors, a high performance chip which, although not confirmed as the main processor of this console would be a great candidate. 5G connectivity would give it the ability to stream gaming.
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