Meizu is launching a handheld gaming console under subbrand PANDAER on 9 June

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Photo courtesy of Meizu Fan Club Bulgaria

Guess what! Meizu is joining the handheld gaming console industry under its subbrand named PANDAER. It has shared a teaser poster for the launch event and revealed half of how the console would look. Furthermore, it's also calling the console the world's first ultra-thin OLED handheld running the Windows operating system.

The upcoming event named "Meizu New Summer Adventure" will be live-streamed at 7:30 PM local time in China on 9 June. It's set to unveil the console in collaboration with AYANEO, a brand that focuses on the handheld gaming business. A leaked picture has shown us that Meizu's offering will be similar to the Nintendo Switch consoles, with a screen in the middle and control handles on the sides.

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Furthermore, the source has given us some tech specs. We can expect a 7-inch OLED display and an AMD Ryzen 7 5825U processor, coupled with 16GB or 32GB LPDDR4x RAM and 1TB or 2TB NVMe solid-state drive. If you're interested, we're close to finding out the other information as it's launching in just a few days.

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