Once again the Chinese manufacturer JXD affirms its idea of mobile gaming: just like the predecessor G6416 F2, the company relies on Android to move your console, passing though from version 2.2 to 4.0 and reducing screen diagonal of 2 ″.
Here too, the partnership with companies such as Sony and Nintendo protects the Eastern Group from repercussions related to design of their platform or to securities which you can play: in addition to games for PSOne (which also receives certifying PlayStation?) and Nintendo64, you can use (in emulation) gaming products for Game Boy and Sega Mega Drive While, thanks to Game Center you can download several other (obviously including the Green robot) and enjoy them immediately with this cloud gaming service (like OnLive, in short).
Descending under the shell, we find a processor dual core ARM Cortex A9 at 1.5 GHz, 512 MB RAM and 4 GB (0 8, depending on the version), in addition to internal storagecompartment for the microSD, receiver 802.11 b/g/n Wireless, touch screen with 3 points of contact, HDMI output and Mali GPU 400 3D.
At first glance it looks like a hardware a bit lagging behind quad core that we usually see from now on all new devices, but are probably enough to get a good balance between price and performance, allowing us to play such a wide range of games which, fortunately, they still need to 4 processors to be able to afford a lot.
Are you wondering if anything will come in Italy? The answer is in the affirmative and, with some research online, it occurs below 150 €, cost altogether honest views the possibilities that it offers; How many of you will buy it?