Pandora: a game console and a gaming console, with a PC
Google News article Google has announced it’s partnering with PC game developer Pandora to create a game system and console that use its Android software.
Google said the Pandora system is powered by Android and uses a combination of hardware and software.
The Pandora System will work with PC games and games for phones, tablets, laptops and more.
Google said the system will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset and a NVIDIA Tegra X1 GPU, and it will work on PC games as well as on phones and tablets running the Android OS.
It will work for Android phones, Android tablets, Android smartphones, Android Wear smartwatches, Android games, Android-powered PCs, and Android-connected tablets.
Google will give free access to the Pandoras game console to Google Play users who own an Android smartphone, tablet or laptop, and who have an Android phone, tablet, or laptop running Android 8.0 Oreo, Google Play Edition or later.
Google Play games will be available for Android devices, Android devices running the latest version of Android and for Android-based smartphones, tablets and Android smartphones running Android 7.1 Oreo.
Google Play games for Android smartphones and tablets will also work with the Pandoras game console.
Android 8.1 devices running Google Play editions will be able to play Pandora games on the Pandoran Console.
Pandora will also support Android games for smartphones running Google Android 8, 9, and 10, and for tablets running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Pandoras game system will allow players to enjoy online and offline Pandoras on Android phones running Google Google Android 6 and Android 7 Oreo or later, and on Android devices with Android Oreo running Google 8.2.
Pandoras console will have a battery life of up to eight hours.