Anbernic has just given us a glimpse of its next handheld, and it's clearly taken a lot of inspiration from Nintendo's classic Game Boy.
The RG35XX (yes, that is apparently the final name) weighs 165g and will boast a 3.5-inch IPS display (believed to be 640 x 480 pixels) and will be powered by an ARM Cortex-A9-based chipset. It will come in three colours, one of which makes it look like a dead-ringer for Nintendo's seminal portable.
A 2,100 mAh battery will offer around 5 hours of stamina, and there are dual MicroSD card slots to augment the 256MB of built-in storage. You also get an HDMI port so that you can play the device on your TV.
Like Anbernic's other handhelds, the RG35XX won't run physical games but will instead rely on software emulation to play ROMs for systems like the NES, SNES, PlayStation and – of course – Game Boy.
The price? Well, estimates currently stand between $60 and $70. The RG35XX will launch early next year and will be available in Gray, Transparent Purple and Transparent White.