Verizon announced at the Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas that it is working with Qualcomm and Razer to make the first 5G handheld gaming device that will run on the Android platform. Ishan Agarwal, gave the publication a tip. Follow For More Updates: newsyorbits
As of now, there is no news about WiFi support, but this is a pretty important basic feature that should probably be on the upcoming handheld device. If not, it would look like Verizon is only letting its own service use the network, which could be bad for its launch.
Also, the company has said that this handheld gaming device will run on Android, but it’s still not clear which version.
On October 15, this event will start. In other words, the announcement will be made in less than two weeks.
But Verizon has said that the Razer Edge 5G, which it is making with the gaming company and the biggest chipmaker in the world, Qualcomm, will be shown off at RazerCon.
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