This console stands out for having Android 9 as its operating system and being powered by an Amlogic S905D3 SoC, the same chip that mounts the popular Chromecast with Google TV, of which you can read our review. Its design does not change much compared to its predecessor and with 6 action buttons on the front, 3 function keys, a crosshead and a small analogue joystick although this time two triggers are added in the rear area.
The Powkiddy A20 is theoretically capable of easily moving games from more than 18 simulators such as N64, DC, PSP, PS, CPS1, CPS2, CPS3, FBA, NEOGEO, GBA, GBC, GB, SFC, FC, MD, PCE, mame and WSCC.
The Powkiddy A20 console includes the AMlogic S905D3 SoC, a Quad Core with low consumption ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores that reach up to 1.9 GHz and integrates a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU.
We also have 2 GB of DDR4 RAM memory, 8 GB of storage memory and a micro SD card reader with support for cards of up to 256 GB capacity.
The screen is a 3.5 inch IPS with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The internal battery is of a good capacity with 3000 mAh, and we can recharge it to the maximum in 3.5 hours through the included USB Type-C port. It also includes b / g / n wifi, Bluetooth, a 3.5 mm audio jack and an HDMI video output.
Price and availability
- The Powkiddy A20 will be available in the middle of this month of September in the official Powkiddy store on AliExpress, although at the moment we do not know the launch price.