Igeekphone news on November 10th, from the official website of Steam Deck, Valve officially released the OLED version of Steam Deck today.
It is reported that the Steam Deck OLED version offers 512GB and 1TB versions, priced at $549 (about 3998 yuan) and $649 (about 4727 yuan), and will be available on November 16.
Compared to the previous LCD version, the Steam Deck OLED version has a new upgrade in terms of screen, battery life, Wi-Fi speed and so on.
It is understood that the Steam Deck OLED version of the screen has been upgraded to a 7.4-inch OLED screen, which supports a 90Hz high refresh rate.
At the same time, the peak screen brightness and touch sampling rate are upgraded to 1000 nits and 180Hz, respectively, which will reduce control latency and improve accuracy.
In addition, the Steam Deck OLED version of the battery capacity has been upgraded from 40Wh to 50Wh, and the maximum game life can reach 12 hours, which is 50% higher than the LCD version.
The new battery can charge from 20% to 80% in 45 minutes, and the power cord length is extended from 1.5 meters to 2.5 meters, making charging more convenient.
In addition to the screen and battery life upgrade, the OLED version compared to the LCD version, the APU is also upgraded from 7nm to 6nm, and the GPU frequency is no longer floating between 1.0 and 1.6GHz, but stable at 1.6GHz, and supports Wi-Fi 6E.
The memory transfer speed has also been increased from 5500MT/s to 6400MT/s, and the thickness and performance of the cooling module have been increased.
In terms of core performance, the OLED version has no major upgrade, and is still equipped with an architecture combination of AMD Zen2 CPU and RDNA2 GPU.
The chip paper performance is roughly equivalent to Ryzen 3 Pro 4450U+MX450, which can smoothly run a number of PC 3A masterpieces.