AOKZOE A2 to launch soon with 7-inch display and Zen 4- based AMD Ryzen 7 APU
AOKZOE continues to tease the AOKZOE A2, the company's smaller alternative to the AOKZOE A1 Pro. Seemingly, AOKZOE plans to launch both devices simultaneously, despite their names sounding as if one is from an older generation than the latter. While AOKZOE has not confirmed that this will be the case, it has now listed the AOKZOE A2 on Indiegogo, mirroring the AOKZOE A1 Pro.
Currently, the AOKZOE A2's campaign is set to 'coming soon'. The company's social media accounts have not provided a launch date, pricing or any memory configurations. With that said, the company has revealed that the AOKZOE A2 will be available in two colours with complimentary button colours. Additionally, all AOKZOE A2 models will feature RGB backlit analog sticks, which we imagine are user-configurable, plus hall effect triggers.
Moreover, the AOKZOE A2 has a 7-inch laminated IPS display. Based on earlier leaks, AOKZOE will offer the gaming handheld with 800p and 1200p display options. Supposedly, the panels will deliver 100% and 128% sRGB colour space coverage, respectively. AOKZOE has teased that the AOKZOE A2 will match the AOKZOE A1 Pro in delivering Core i7-12700H CPU performance levels from its AMD Ryzen 7 APU too. Based on current estimates, AOKZOE has equipped both its forthcoming gaming handhelds with the Ryzen 7 7840U, a Zen 4 and RDNA 3-based APU.