GPD released WIN 4 game console: equipped with Ryzen 7 6800U
I have to say that AMD's Ryzen 7 6800U can almost be said to be a "handheld God U", and a number of Windows handhelds have announced the use of this processor.
Today, the domestic handheld brand GPD announced the WIN 4 handheld. Not surprisingly, it also uses the Ryzen 7 6800U processor, equipped with a 6-inch native horizontal screen, weighing about 500 grams, optional 32GB memory, 2TB SSD .
It is not difficult to see from the official product map that the design of WIN 4 is similar to Sony's PSP handheld.
At the same time, this handheld adopts a side-sliding keyboard design, and the physical keyboard can be exposed by sliding up the screen, which is more convenient for users to operate.
In other respects, the handheld has added 6-axis gyroscope support and has dual Type-C ports, which can be charged while connected to the display.
In addition, the new handheld adds a 4G LTE module with a back clip, as well as a back clip SSD module, which supports M.2 2230 and 2242 specifications.
It is reported that the WIN 4 handheld will open the closed beta in October this year.