Feasibility of handheld X86 Xbox One on 7nm.

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  1. Proelite

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    Samsung 512GB microsd card are now under a $100 usd.
    USF 3.0 flash memory are now up to 512GB.

    I think both MS and Sony are in the early stages of designing their portable device. In the era of 5G, cloud streamed games, gamepass, play anywhere, a portable device capable of playing console level games is the missing piece to their hardware ecosystem.

    6nm/5nm device, 2021/2022.
    Low powered Zen3? 8 core without SMT, or 4 core with SMT. 100% more powerful than the Jaguars.
    Late Navi or Navi successor. 4 dual CUs, 16 ROPS, hardware accelerated RT, at 1200mhz, 1.23TF. Slightly more powerful than the PS4 GPU.
    8GB LPDDR5, octa-channel, ~80 bandwidth.
    1080p screen
    5G ready
    512GB internal flash
    SD card slot for storage expansion / games
    $299

    3nm device, 2023/2024
    8 core Zen3+ with SMT. As powerful as Scarlett / PS5 CPUs
    Navi successor. 8 dual CUs, 32 ROPS, hardware accelerated RT, at 1600mhz. 3.28TF.
    16GB HBM3
    4K screen
    5G ready
    1024GB internal flash
    $349
     
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    I know nothing about batteries. Are they making progress in this area too ?
     
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    The destiny has increased but dunno how many percent for each year.

    For example, xiaomi has been using the same battery capacity for years for its redmi note series phones.

    Redmi note 3
    22825.76 mm cubic

    Redmi note 7 becomes smaller at
    22120.54 mm cubic
     
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    The 4800U has default TDP of 15W. It supports LPDDR4.

    Remove the 8 core Vega, add 6 GWP at 1+ ghz. Keep the clock at 1.8ghz. Add 32MB of esram for BC purposes.

    8 core Ryzen 16 threads, at 1.8 ghz
    12 core navi at 1000mhz. 32 ROPs (1.5 teraflops)
    32MB Esram
    12GB of LPDDR4X 4266mhz 102.3GB/s. (4GB OS)
    1TB UFS 3.0

    20W TDP?
     
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    Huh? It's using either Gen9.5 or Gen11 iGPU from Intel, probably latter
     
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    I wonder if he also wants to make a $100 000 wager on whether or not the new handheld console/PC prototype shown for the first time at CES 2020 is bringing a Kepler dGPU.
     
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    For purposes of the bet, does the handheld include the backpack style power unit?
     
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    Oops. I misread a part in the spec.
     
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