Lakka build for ODROID-Go Super (OGS) and its clones?

Any news on Lakka port for ODROID-Go Super (OGS) or ODROID-Go Advanced (OGA) and clones?

https://mobile.twitter.com/natinusala/status/1234548785155641348

https://twitter.com/lakkatv/status/1224761147565408256

FYI, Hardkernel announced that " ODROID-Go Super " (" OGS "), its latest ARM-based handheld game console running Linux, in end of December 2020 and they started selling for $80 from January 2021.

https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=187&t=41283&p=315650

Unlike previous handheld game consoles in ‘ODROID-Go’ series, the “OGS” will not be available as a kit as it will be a retail product delivered preassembled from the factory.

https://www.cnx-software.com/2020/12/22/odroid-go-super-ubuntu-portable-gaming-console-gets-a-large-5-inch-display/

It basically has the same Rockchip RK3326 ​internals as ODROID-Go Advance (OGA) but has a 5-inch 854x480 pixel 16:9 LCD instead of a 3.5 inch 480x320 pixel 4:3 screen, + two joysticks instead of one.

Tip! Hardkernel is marketing it as a “developers gaming gadget for 2021” so maybe Lakka / RetroArch / libretro developers could try to reach out to them to ask for development samples for a porting effort?

PowKiddy RGB10 Max (PowKiddy RGB10Max) is the first “OGS clone”. It features RockChip RK3326 and a larger 5.5-inch display though still unclear if it is always sold with an 854x480 pixel resolution screen.

https://obscurehandhelds.com/2021/04/the-powkiddy-rgb10-max-could-be-the-first-ogs-clone/

https://retrododo.com/rgb10-max/

RG552 by ANBERNIC is rumoured to be another “OGS clone” however that rumour is that it will not just be any clone but possible one with a faster SoC and slightly larger screen with higher resolution. The current speculations there is that it will use a Rockchip RK3399 or RK3566 SoC and a 5.5-inch 720p LCD (which is the same or similar size and resolution screen that the Nintendo Switch Lite):

https://retrododo.com/rg552/

https://obscurehandhelds.com/2021/06/what-we-know-about-the-anbernic-rg552/

PS: It sounds as if all of these seem to ship with EmuELEC, the Linux distribution (with EmulationStation as a frontend) that ships with default on ODROID-GO Advance and ODROID-Go Super, is based on CoreELEC, which in turn is also based on LibreELEC, so somewhat similar origen to that of Lakka.

For now, Lakka supports Odroid Go Advance, Anbernic RG351P/M, Anbernic RG351V and GameForce Chi.

Please check our download page.

Thank you.

I’m running Lakka 3.2 on my Anbernic RG351M at the moment and it’s great, only a few little bugs like the glcore driver not working properly (rainbow artefacts, driver related…) and the battery level indicator is a bit hit/miss in how it works, but otherwise all good.

Hopefully we’ll get an aarch64 build sometime too.

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