Leaked images show Logitech’s portable gaming console

At the beginning of August, it became known that Logitech and Chinese Tencent began cooperation to produce a handheld game console intended to be used for cloud gaming. No news surrounding the upcoming device has surfaced since then, but it doesn’t seem like it will be too long before the console becomes official.

Twitter leaker Evan Blass (via The Verge) has gotten their hands on images of the upcoming device that not only reveal what the cloud console will look like, but also what services it will have access to. The logos on the devices’ screen gossip about support for cloud gaming via Steam, Xbox Cloud Gaming and Geforce Now, among others. Support for installing Android applications via the Google Play Store also appears to be present.

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The design itself is largely reminiscent of the Steam Deck, although slightly narrower in width. On the front we see buttons and levers that are more or less standard on modern hand controllers as well as a screen and on top are four shoulder buttons. Between the shoulder buttons there appears to be some kind of volume control, power button and switch for sound.

When it comes to software, it appears to be an Android-based operating system, as indicated by the Google Play Store, Chrome, and Youtube logos. In addition to this, it is also speculated that the device will be powered by Qualcomm’s gaming console-focused chipset Snapdragon G3x Gen 1.

Logitech is keeping a tight lid on this upcoming device and any leaked information should be taken with a grain of salt. However, the images appear to be official press images, which could indicate that an official presentation of the Logitech-branded streaming console is not too far off.

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