To the portable console Smach Z it is costing him too much to go out to the market, to the point that he has already received the second hardware change, which replaces the Ryzen Embedded V1605B with the Ryzen Embedded V1807B, while maintaining the same 4 cores and 8 processing threads, the differences are in the new Base / Turbo frequencies of 3.35 / 3.80 GHz (vs 2.00 / 3.60 GHz), and in the inclusion of new graphics Radeon Vega 11 with 640 Stream Processors @ 1300 MHz (vs 512 SP's @ 1100 MHz).
As a negative point, this new AMD SoC throws a TDP that doubles that of the previous SoC (from 12 to 25W vs from 35 to 54W), which translates into more heat and less autonomy, to which is added that now you can integrate some disproportionate and unhelpful 32 GB of DDR4 RAM memory @ 2133 MHz next to an SSD of up to 480 GB (vs 256 GB).
Obviously this performance improvement was mandatory, since the console, with the previous SoC, was only able to move titles such as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, with a resolution lower than HD (1024 x 576 pixels), and with the graphics to a minimum, we will play 25-30 FPS with falls until 20 FPS, and the thing is not that it was very different with other titles, so with this increase in power at least you can enjoy greater fluidity and visual quality.
The most basic model comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage for no less than 699 eurosgoing through the 899 euros with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage (+ 5 MP camera), and 1,099 euros choosing 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. You will have to wait to know the performance improvement and battery reduction of this new version of the console.