ONEXPLAYER mini: More details about upcoming mini gaming handheld leak
One-netbook may have just released AMD versions of the ONEXPLAYER, but it is already preparing to announce the ONEXPLAYER mini. As one photo below shows, One-netbook will pitch the ONEXPLAYER mini against the Steam Deck, which is now due in early 2022. Unsurprisingly, the ONEXPLAYER mini is much smaller than its competitors, with its dimensions coming in at 262 x 108 x 23 mm.
Correspondingly, the ONEXPLAYER mini is more comparable in size to the AYA NEO than the various ONEXPLAYER's that One-Netbook has released so far. For context, the AYA NEO 2021 measures 255 x 106 x 20 mm. However, the ONEXPLAYER mini weighs 589g, 59g lighter than the AYA NEO 2021.
Understandably, the ONEXPLAYER mini resembles the ONEXPLAYER, albeit a smaller one. While the ONEXPLAYER mini appears to have the same buttons as the ONEXPLAYER, the smaller model has a more rounded look than its larger sibling. The ONEXPLAYER mini is expected to arrive in the middle of December with a 7-inch display, 1.4-inches smaller than the 8.4-inch one in the ONEXPLAYER and the ONEXPLAYER 1S.
Additionally, the ONEXPLAYER mini is thought to feature the Core i7-1195G7, a quad-core processor based on Intel's Tiger Lake-UP3 architecture. The Core i7-1195G7 contains an Iris Xe Graphics G7 96EUs iGPU, and can be found in the ONEXPLAYER 1S, too. Its price remains unknown at this stage, unfortunately.