One of our lingering questions about the Sony Project Q handheld game-streaming device may have just been answered. A leaked video posted by Zuby_Tech on Twitter showcases a basic version of the device, wrapped in plastic, running on the Android OS. The video reveals a simple menu system and a QR code. While this is unlikely to represent the final version of the handheld’s menu, it does provide insight into the device’s internal workings.
In the video, the individual quickly navigates through the menu and showcases different angles of the handheld device. The low resolution makes it difficult to discern many details, but it is possible to spot four buttons behind the tablet portion, as well as microphone-like openings on the top and bottom edges, and speaker slots on the top edge.
A separate tweet from Zuby_Tech showcases an image of the tablet without the screen, providing a glimpse of the frame and internal components.
For a more detailed view of the Project Q, you can refer to our coverage of its May announcement. Sony unveiled the device as an 8-inch tablet framed by DualSense controllers, serving as an accessory for the PS5 and allowing game streaming from the console. This positioning makes it comparable to the Nintendo Wii U rather than the standalone Nintendo Switch or Steam Deck.
During the PlayStation Showcase announcement, Sony provided minimal additional information about the Project Q. We do know that it features a 1080p LCD display with a 60fps refresh rate and Wi-Fi connectivity to connect to the PS5. Furthermore, the device’s Android platform holds promise for expanded capabilities.
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