The CEO of Aya Neo recently announced the company will launch a new console equipped with an OLED screen next month (the exact date has not been specified). The organization claims that the new product line will be the world’s thinnest and lightest series of Windows handheld console products. Furthermore, the OLED series is not expected to compete with the existing Next Pro lineup but rather be offered alongside it.
The announcement of the new console shouldn’t really change much within the market. It will definitely put some pressure on the Nintendo Switch OLED or the OneXplayer Mini console, both of which were released in the past few months. It’s a completely different device compared to Steam Deck though, since it’s considered a large, not very pocket-friendly console. However, unlike Aya Neo or OneXplayer devices, the Deck offers official support for Valve’s own SteamOS Linux operating system or alternatively Windows 11.
We don’t yet know the’s device specs, including the OLED panel’s resolution. The console is more than likely to be powered by AMD APU though, given how close both companies have been working together for the last few years. However, it is probably too early to expect RDNA2 graphics just yet.
(All information was provided by VideoCardz)