GPD introduced its first Android-based game console, the GPD XP back in August. The GPD XP flaunts a 6.81-inch IPS LCD display that has Full HD+ resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The gaming console is powered by a Helio G95 processor and it offers 4G LTE support. Now, it looks like GPD is aiming to introduce the successor to the GPD XP soon. The company’s upcoming gaming consoles GPD XP2 and the GPD XP3 have received the required Bluetooth SIG certification. The Bluetooth SIG listing does suggest us that the launch of the GPD XP2 and the XP3 is imminent soon. Let’s check more details revealed by Bluetooth certification ahead:
GPD XP2, XP3 Receives Bluetooth SIG Certification
According to the Bluetooth SIG listing, both the upcoming GPD XP2 and GPD XP3 will have Bluetooth v5.0 support. Similar to the GPD XP2, we can expect the GPD XP2 and the GPD XP3 to run Android 11 version. The specifications, design details, and launch date of both the upcoming GPD XP2 and XP3 remain unknown currently. We can expect more details of these gaming consoles to emerge if they appear on more certifications in the upcoming days.
As mentioned above, GPD had introduced the first Android gaming console the GPD XP back in August. The gaming console went on sale at the beginning of this month. To recall the specifications, the GPD XP has a 6.81-inch IPS LCD display. The screen offers a 60Hz refresh rate and 500 nits brightness. The display panel also has a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The GPD XP is powered by Helio G95 processor which is coupled with Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. The gaming console packs up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It has connectivity features such as 4G LTE, GPS, dual-band WiFi 6, Bluetooth v5.0.
The GPD XP also has a built-in active fan for heat dissipation. The gaming console has three control module settings which include Xbox Controller Module, FPS Controller Module and Moba Controller Module. The GPD XP packs a 7,000mAh battery that supports 20W fast charging.