New ONEXPLAYER mini Pro previewed with AMD Ryzen 7 6800U and Radeon 680M
One-netbook has started teasing a new edition of the ONEXPLAYER, less than a month after the company previewed the ONEMIX 4S. So far, One-netbook has only shared a single teaser via Twitter, which we have embedded below. Also shared on its Discord channel, the teaser only contains the phrase 'Who's ready?', presumably leaving people open to speculation.
However, the teaser outlines that the device is a new version of the ONEXPLAYER mini Pro, itself a refreshed version of the ONEXPLAYER mini. To recap, the original ONEXPLAYER mini Pro is the global version of the RX-78-2 Gundam special edition model but with an 800p display. Also, the ONEXPLAYER mini Pro relied on the Core i7-1260P, a 12-core and 28 W processor from the Intel Alder Lake-P family. Based on a 10 nm process, the Core i7-1260P utilises the Iris Xe Graphics G7, an iGPU with 96 Execution Units.
In comparison, the new ONEXPLAYER mini Pro will launch with the Ryzen 7 6800U, an APU with the lauded Radeon 680M. According to our database, the Radeon 680M offers 1.93x the performance of the Iris Xe Graphics G7. Conversely, the Core i7-1260P and Ryzen 7 6800U are evenly-matched in benchmarks. Unfortunately, One-netbook has not provided any other specifications yet, nor when the AMD-powered model will be available. If the current ONEXPLAYER mini Pro is anything to go by, memory configurations will start with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage but for well over US$1,000. Potentially, the company could offer the device with a 2 TB SSD too. We suspect that LPDDR5 RAM will also be onboard, although One-netbook has not confirmed this yet either.