The Miyoo Mini Horizontal looks to be like an upcoming handheld from the makers of the popular Miyoo Mini which we absolutely loved.
Like many handheld leaks please take the following information with a pinch of salt, as these images have been sourced from Reddit and others in the handheld gaming industry.
For example the rumoured Miyoo P60 has been rumoured for months, but still no signs of release anytime soon and in my personal opinion it looks far better than the Miyoo Mini Horizontal that you are looking at, albeit not as powerful.
As you can tell from the picture above, it does have similar aesthetics compared to the original except it’s in a horizontal design, features a analogue stick and a slimmer design.
If you look closely you can see a dip in the shell. Fellow handheld community members have decided this could be used for custom faceplates, allowing customers to buy new designs or create their own.
The user interface looks similar to the Miyoo Mini V2 also, which we have used, and although it’s a little basic it does the job. Let’s hope this Miyoo Mini Horizontal doesn’t have the fuzzy lighting issues that the previous handheld,
It also looks like it has USB-C charging on top, and a micro SD card slot on the bottom, potentially for adding your own ROMs.
At this moment in time there is no information regarding release date, pricing or specs. The only leak has been the images above.
It looks almost complete, so it’s likely we can expect it this year (if it’s true), but the Miyoo P60 makes us wonder where this will fit in the market? Will it be the same price as the Miyoo Mini coming in at around $60, but in a horizontal form, or will it pack more power? Time will tell.
We will update this article with more information once we hear it.
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