GPD Win Mini showcased ahead of global launch
GPD continues to drip feed information about the Win Mini, almost four months after The Phawx first disclosed details about the gaming handheld. Now, the latter has showcased a full GPD Win Mini shell and how it compares against other popular devices. As the YouTuber shows in the video below, the GPD Win Mini is about as wide as an Anbernic RG405M.
Additionally, the GPD Win Mini is approximately as thick as the Retroid Pocket Flip, with a 31.75 mm peak thickness, including its triggers. In short, the GPD Win Mini is much smaller than other 7-inch gaming handhelds like the ASUS ROG Ally and Steam Deck. Nonetheless, GPD's new device has a six-row keyboard, a small trackpad and full game controller inputs. According to The Phawx, GPD equips the Win Mini with the same hall-effect joysticks as the Win Max 2 2023.
GPD remains quiet on a Win Mini release date, likely because it continues to fund the Win 4 2023 on Indiegogo. Still, the company has already outlined that the former will rely on AMD Ryzen 7040U APUs, likely the Ryzen 5 7640U and Ryzen 7 7840U. Moreover, GPD will include LPDDR5-7500 RAM, a 45 Wh battery and a 7-inch display that outputs at 1080p with a 120 Hz refresh rate.