ONEXPLAYER mini gameplay video shows One-netbook's more compact handheld in action
Last month, One-netbook shared information about the ONEXPLAYER mini, a smaller version of its 8.4-inch handheld console. While the ONEXPLAYER mini is more compact than the original console, it should feature a powerful processor and a high-resolution display.
As we reported previously, the ONEXPLAYER mini is thought to contain the Core i7-1195G7 that One-netbook also uses in the ONEXPLAYER 1S. The 28 W processor has an Iris Xe Graphics G7 96 EUs iGPU too, a decent match for the RX Vega equivalents still found in AMD's Ryzen APUs.
The ONEXPLAYER mini is expected to contain a 7-inch display running at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels as well. By contrast, the ONEXPLAYER operates at 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, arguably too high to run games natively using the Iris Xe Graphics G7 96 EUs iGPU. Unsurprisingly, games like Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout appear to run well on the ONEXPLAYER mini's smaller display, as shown below.
Unfortunately, the video does not confirm what resolution or graphics settings were used during the playthrough. Nonetheless, the video shows that the ONEXPLAYER mini has thicker bezels than the regular ONEXPLAYER, emphasised in the edited photo above. Still, the ONEXPLAYER mini should be more comfortable to hold than the ONEXPLAYER, which is currently one of the largest handheld consoles on the market.