GamePad Digital, also known as GPD, is a brand specializing in the production of Android based gaming handhelds. We briefly touched upon them during the top 5 Android gaming handhelds post last year, and now they’re in the process of making another handheld supposedly named the GPD XD.
It’s just been a handful days since we talked about the slew of Rockchip RK3288 powered Pipo tablets that are on their way, and today we already have news of 2 new devices that would feature the same chipset from Rockchip.
It has now come to fore that the company has managed to procure appropriate licenses to be able to use the current most advanced ARM instruction sets and architectures. Rockchip are now eligible to use the ARM Cortex-A57, Cortex-A53, Cortex-A12 architectures on their upcoming series of chipsets, the RK32xx.