Razer Teases Its First Cloud Gaming Handheld – Review Geek
Following hot on the heels of Logitech’s G Cloud announcement, Razer just teased its own cloud gaming handheld. A short video of the Razer Edge 5G appeared during Verizon’s keynote at Mobile World Congress Las Vegas, with additional details slated for October 15th during RazerCon.
That’s right; Razer and Verizon teamed up to build a portable cloud gaming console. And they got some help from Qualcomm. The Razer Edge 5G runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon G3x platform, which was shown off using a concept Razer handheld last year.
BREAKING: @Verizon, @Razer and @Qualcomm are teaming up on the world’s first 5G mobile gaming handheld—Razer Edge 5G! It will allow you to play your favorite games regardless of whether you are gaming in the cloud, on an app or streaming from your console. https://t.co/TYPw5xFyeF pic.twitter.com/F9Vg3CfABl
— George Koroneos (@GLKCreative) September 28, 2022
Details on the Razer Edge 5G, such as specs, features, design, and pricing, are unknown. But it will run Android, and it’s compatible with services like Xbox Cloud Gaming. We also know that the console has some kind…
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