After a long delivery delay, the RGB10 Max is finally in my hands. So how does this new device stack up against other, similar options in the retro handheld market?
01:12 tech specs
02:40 unboxing and impressions
05:59 stock firmware experience
08:22 comparison with other devices
13:04 more screen impressions
14:36 gameplay (stock firmware)
15:55 EmuELEC firmware
16:42 RetroOZ firmware
20:56 LineageOS (Android) firmware
23:08 summary (likes and dislikes)
8 thoughts on “Review: PowKiddy RGB10 Max”
Fantastic – my RGB10 Max got delivered this AM – looking forward to your excellent review 🙂 and then getting her up and running.
Does anyone know how to install Google Play Store App on the Retro Pocket 2 that has Firmwares 8.1?
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Can’t wait to see if you can squeeze a second speaker and get stereo sound on this.
Thanks for the review!
the ArkOs Image of Rgb10 is fully compatible with RGB10max?
It is not compatible, sorry. RetroOZ is an excellent fork of ArkOS though.
Thank you Russ
is there a specific link to download lineage OS for this device?
Hello, completely new to retro handhelds. Is there a guide for installing RetroOZ on the RGB10 Max?