Razer Edge 5G Android Game Console Officially Introduced

The first Android game console that carries the 5G network was officially introduced at Mobile World Congress Las Vegas. It is the Razer Edge 5G which will be officially launched on October 15th.

As the name implies, Razer Edge 5G will offer 5th generation internet network connectivity. This device is also said to be able to run games without being connected to the internet, launched from GSM Arena, Monday (3/10/2022).

The Razer Edge 5G handheld console is equipped with the Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 platform that was announced last year along with a dev kit made by Razer that does have similarities to the Edge 5G.

Being an Android-based device, users can certainly run all mobile games available on the Google Play Store and run cloud gaming and game streaming services from a PC or console.

By design, the Razer Edge 5G features the Edge 5G design featuring dual thumbsticks, a D-pad, and a few buttons next to the screen. The rear features multiple adaptive shoulder triggers.

Based on last year’s Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 dev kit console, the Razer Edge 5G may feature a 6.65-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate as well as an exclusive Adreno GPU.

It will also feature active cooling, a 6,000 mAh battery, 1080P for live streaming and will feature a 4K TV or monitor, AR and VR headsets via USB-C with DisplayPort support.

Unfortunately, there is not much detailed information regarding the Razer Edge 5G. So for the full details, we’ll just have to wait until it launches at RazerCon on October 15, 2022.