BlueStacks unveils second Android game console before its first one even launches

BlueStacks on Friday announced a second Android-powered gaming system known as the GamePop mini, despite the fact that it hasn’t even launched its first console yet. The mini version will be available for free with a required 12-month subscription fee, which gives it “access to over $ 200 in paid games.” BlueStacks didn’t discuss any specs for the GamePop mini, confirming only that the system is powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The $ 6.99 monthly fee is required for the console to be used and canceling a subscription before the 12-month period is complete will result in a $ 25 restocking fee. BlueStacks previously announced a larger Android-powered console that can be had for $ 129. The GamePop mini will be available for

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