AOKZOE A2: New leak reveals design with AMD Ryzen Zen 4 and Radeon 780M usage
Last week, AOKZOE announced plans to release the A1 Pro and A2, two gaming handhelds that will effectively replace the A1. While AOKZOE has revealed the A1 Pro's design, it did not do the same for the A2. However, it confirmed that the A2 would feature a 7-inch panel with a flagship AMD Ryzen 7000 series APU.
Now, the YouTube channel Nittrx has revealed the A2's design, as well as a few new specifications. According to Nittrx claims that AOKZOE has codenamed the gaming 'Unbounded'; the YouTube channel has not provided a codename for the A1 Pro, though. Regardless, the AOKZOE A2 will come in at least two colourways, both with a design that resembles the ONEXFLY that One-netbook announced last year.
For context, AOKZOE is closely associated with One-netbook and the ONEXPLAYER brand. While One-netbook teased the ONEXFLY last year with an AMD Mendocino APU, the company has not provided any new information since. Regardless, the AOKZOE A2 should be available with 800p and 1200p display options, which will deliver 100% and 128% sRGB colour space coverages, respectively.
Additionally, the AOKZOE A2 will offer the Radeon 780M, an RDNA 3-architecture iGPU based on a 4 nm process with 12 Compute Units (CUs) and a 3 GHz boost clock speed. Thus, the AOKZOE A2 should also feature a Zen 4-based APU, such as the Ryzen 7 7840U. Unfortunately, a release date remains unknown for now, as does pricing and availability.