Snail Games introduces OBOX console and handheld based on Android




Snail Games has shown at CES a new console and handheld. The company from China shows both OBOX as W3D to run Android. Both devices must appear in China in the second quarter of 2015 and would later spread to other countries.

The console, or the OBOX is according to The Verge controlled by a processor Nvidia Tegra K1. Snail Games, however, would like to go in several versions provide the console. The user has reportedly given the choice of two different processors and four different storage sizes. The model with the smallest capacity is a HDD of 500GB, while up to 4TB is present. Users need after purchase can still make hardware upgrades.

SlashGear writes further that standard 4GB of memory is provided. Snail Games will also equip the OBOX with USB 2.0 and USB 3.0. The console can include connecting to the Internet via wifi. The OBOX need both 3D video and images support a 4K resolution and finally a controller is included.

In addition, presented the Snail Games W3D. The handheld is a smartphone that focuses on gaming and running on Android, according to Gizmodo. The device has a screen diagonal of 5.5 inches with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Snail Games has the W3D equipped with MTK6595 processor with 2GB RAM. The phone also supports Bluetooth 4.0 and can also connect to 4G networks. The battery reportedly has a capacity of 4000mAh.

The device is equipped with four buttons, two joysticks and four buttons on the top. In addition to the touch screen must also be the display of 3D images to be supported without the use of external glasses. The W3D also comes with the eye tracking technology.

The OBOX and W3D to be released in the spring of 2015 in China. It is unclear whether the products also come to Europe.


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