Anbernic is rightly considered to be one of the leading companies in the realm of emulation handhelds, but in recent years it has seen its position come under threat due to a rise in competition from the likes of Miyoo, Retroid and other hardware makers.
The RG405M retains the same landscape form factor, but there are some significant changes. It is rumoured to be powered by the Unisoc Tiger T618 chip – the same chip that is found inside the Retroid Pocket 3+. That means the device will almost certainly be running Google's Android OS.
The shell is made from metal, and Anbernic has switched the locations of the D-pad and left-hand analogue stick – something many have been requesting for some time. Let us know what you think of this new device by posting a comment below.