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Meet Wonder, an Android-powered Nintendo Switch competitor

2 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Gaming company Wonder has been working on a console that merges the best of a smartphone experience with that of a home console. The currently untitled and still-in-development hardware efforts aim high. Wonder told The Verge in an early look that it wants to build “an entertainment ecosystem for gamers and gadget heads who are fans of forward-looking tech.” It plans to do this with its own smartphone running its own proprietary operating system, currently referred to as WonderOS, though it's unclear whether Wonder itself will make the phone or outsource to well-established...
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