Onexfly, developed by One-Netbook, the company known for the OneXPlayer high-end consoles, is a new console that surprised many. Initially expected to have a low-power AMD Mendocino processor, as reported by Liliputing, this handheld console turned out to boast a high-end CPU similar to other popular consoles like AOKZEO or AYANEO on the market.
Featuring an AMD Zen4 architecture, the Onexfly console is powered by an impressive 8-core Ryzen 7 7840U Phoenix CPU. What sets it apart is the inclusion of a robust integrated GPU with 12 Compute Units and RDNA3 architecture. Currently, it stands as AMD’s top APU option for consoles of its kind, although the Ryzen Z1 series holds an exception with its custom Phoenix chips tailored specifically for ASUS ROG Ally consoles.
Last week, One-Netbook provided additional details about their console, unveiling new renders and sharing initial specifications. Interestingly, the console bears a striking resemblance to the recently announced AOKZOE A2 console. Despite OneNetbook’s denial of any partnership between the two companies, there are clear design similarities between the products. The primary distinction lies in the screen size, with the Onexfly sporting a 7-inch panel featuring a 1920×1080 resolution (16:9 aspect ratio), while the AOKZOE console has a different aspect ratio of 16:10 and a resolution of 1920×1200.
The Onexfly console has made its debut on a crowdfunding platform, providing additional information to interested backers. However, it’s worth noting that the product does not have a confirmed release date at this time. In light of this, we highly recommend exercising caution and refraining from pre-ordering the hardware, especially before it has been thoroughly reviewed and dispatched to reviewers.