The Logitech G Gaming Handheld for Android gaming, which both Logitech and Tencent promoted, has now been leaked.
This evening, Evan Blass posted three pictures of the “Logitech G Gaming Handheld,” as it was known on an official teaser website at the beginning of August. The brand is well-known mainly for PC gaming accessories like keyboards and mice. That first preview said that the release date of this “cloud gaming portable” would be “later this year.”
The gadget is primarily white and has a form similar to the Nintendo Switch. The screen features large bezels and black thumb sticks on either side, with an X/Y/A/B button to the right and a D-Pad to the left. In addition, four buttons, including Home, are roughly positioned at each display corner. Trigger buttons, a Volume rocker, perhaps a mute switch, and what appears to be a memory card slot are all located on the top black edge.
The Google Play Store is prominently displayed, followed by Xbox Cloud Gaming, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Steam in the exact designed UI as the Switch (Remote Play). The clock, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and battery are the other interface components, and a row of five navigational sections can be found in the top-left corner.
The fact that Chrome and YouTube icons can be seen in the leaked photos alone is more than enough to confirm that the Logitech G Gaming Handheld will run Android. The Logitech G Gaming Handheld will be available later this year, as was previously reported. Logitech has not yet announced a release date, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do.