The upcoming AOKZOE A1 handheld console is expected to feature the AMD Ryzen 7 7735U CPU from the Rembrandt family, which employs the Zen 3+ architecture. With a base frequency of 2.70 GHz and a maximum boost of 4.8 GHz, this processor should offer robust performance for gaming and other activities.
As per recent reports, The AOKZOE handheld gaming console is going to face tough competition from popular handheld gaming consoles like OneXPlayer (One-Netbook), AYANEO, and the Steam Deck. However, using the AMD Ryzen 7 7735U CPU could give it an edge in terms of performance, depending on how well it is optimized and compared to other devices in real-world usage scenarios.
The AMD Ryzen 7 7735U and the Ryzen 7 6800U have eight cores and sixteen threads; other differences between the two processors could impact their overall performance.
In specific scenarios, the Ryzen 7 6800U’s higher base clock speed of 2.2 GHz and boost clock speed of 4.4 GHz may give it an edge over the AMD Ryzen 7 7735U CPU found in the AOKZOE handheld gaming console. Factors such as power consumption, cooling, and optimization could also impact the real-world performance of both devices.
The competition among handheld gaming consoles is heating up, and it will be interesting to see how the AOKZOE handheld gaming console performs against other devices in this crowded market.
Comparing different generations of CPUs and devices to understand better how they stack up against each other can be helpful so we used Geekbench 6 to compare the OneXPlayer Mini 5800U and the AOKZOE.
It’s worth noting that while benchmark scores can help compare performance, they don’t necessarily tell the whole story. Other factors, such as power consumption, cooling, and optimization, can also impact real-world performance.
Different benchmarks may test for different types of tasks, so it’s essential to consider the specific use case when interpreting benchmark results.
It will be intriguing to witness the OneXPlayer Mini 5800U’s performance in upcoming evaluations and how it stacks up against the AOKZOE handheld gaming console and other devices in its category. The handheld gaming console market is becoming increasingly competitive, and it’s clear that consumers have a range of options for portable gaming devices.
Our decision to use Geekbench 6 was based on various factors. Firstly, we chose to use the latest version of the benchmarking tool, as this would provide the most up-to-date and accurate assessment of the devices’ performance.
Another reason for using Geekbench 6 is its updated CPU and Compute workloads designed to replicate real-world tasks and applications. This essential feature allows us to evaluate the devices’ performance in scenarios relevant to everyday use. Moreover, Geekbench 6 has been optimized for hybrid processors and machine learning, increasingly essential features for modern computing devices.
After comparing the OneXPlayer Mini (AMD Ryzen 7 5800U Edition) and the AOKZOE A1 AR07, it was observed that the OneXPlayer scored higher in single-threaded testing. However, it fell slightly short in multi-threaded tests, and the difference between the two devices could have been higher. It is still determined whether power limitations affect AOKZOE A1’s performance.
There needs to be more information available on AOKZOE’s social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Discord, and YouTube, regarding the design of the AOKZOE A1. Despite some minor differences, the AOKZOE handheld gaming console seems to resemble the OneXPlayer model.
The handheld gaming console is likely to have a screen of 8 inches with a resolution of 1920 x 1200px, a common choice among similar devices.
While some companies have opted for a higher resolution of 2560 x 1440, a reviewer who tested the OneXPlayer Mini 5800U last year noted that any competitors adopting this resolution might need to provide a larger screen to fully appreciate the improved visuals.
The upcoming AOKZOE handheld gaming console may or may not feature any distinctive attributes, unlike the OneXPlayer 2, which offers detachable handles that attach to a portable controller holder. With the help of a kickstand, gamers can move away from the device and enjoy local co-op and PVP games.
Compared to the Valve Steam Deck, other handheld gaming console competitors come with a higher price tag, starting at approximately $800 and going up. These premium-priced models, however, offer advanced features like brighter screens, more potent processing abilities, and exclusive functionalities that are not present on the Steam Deck. AOKZOE has not yet revealed the launch dates, crowdfunding campaign details (if any), or the device’s initial pricing, as the benchmark test is the first information disclosed about the upcoming console.