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ODROID-Go Ultra is latest ODROID portable gaming console, powered by the same Amlogic S922X hexa-core Cortex-A73/A53 processor found in the ODROID-N2+. The new model also adds a 16GB eMMC flash for faster storage and increased RAM of 2GB.


Processor Amlogic S922X hexa-core processor with 4x Arm Cortex-73 cores @ up to 2.2 GHz, 2x Cortex-A53 cores @ up to 2.0 GHz, Arm Mali-G52 MP4 @ 846 MHz

Ubuntu 20.04.4 on Kernel 4.9.277 Aarch64

Modified EmulationStation front-end with Libretro, GPU accelerated OpenGL-ES on DRM-FB

Memory 2GB LPDDR4 @ 1608MHz, 32 Bits bus width
Storage 16GB eMMC Flash, MicroSD Card slot (UHS-1 capable interface)
Display 5-inch 854×480 TFT LCD (MIPI-DSI interface)
Audio 3.5mm earphone stereo jack, 0.5 Watt 8Ω Mono speaker
Battery 3.7V/4,000mAh Li-Polymer battery
6+ hours of continuous game playing time

Power Supply

5V input, USB-C power connector: A USB-C charging Y cable with type-A is included.

Maximum drawing current: 1.5Amp

Support USB 2.0 device on the USB-C port

External I/O 1x USB 2.0 host port, 1x USB Type-C port with data support (same as used for power)
Input Buttons F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, A, B, X, Y, direction pad, left shoulder, right shoulder, 2x analog joysticks, volume buttons
Wireless Optional dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth USB adapter
Power consumption Game emulation: 800 ~ 1300mA (depends on backlit brightness and type of game emulations and the wireless usage), Power off mode: <1mA
Charging time 3 ~ 4 hours when the device turns off. When you play game, it takes 6 ~ 7 hours.
Dimensions 204x86x25 mm, Weight: 299 g (8 oz)


  • The OGU PCB shape is identical to the OGS, but it has a totally different circuit design and requires a heatsink to cool down its more powerful CPU.
  • Due to the dual PMIC architecture, the charging time is very slow when the battery is fully discharged. Therefore, a specially designed USB charging cable is provided with the device for faster charging. Connecting both the type-C plug and Type-A plug to the OGU ports maximizes the charging rate.
  • At this moment, the reference Ubuntu 20.04.4 BSP image supports the following systems(cores), atari2600, atari5200, atari7800, atarilynx, gamegear, gb, gba, gbc, mastersystem, megadrive, nes, pcengine, pcenginecd, psx, segacd, snes, psp, mame2003, n64, dreamcast, gamecube



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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Jonathan H
Amazing Retro Handheld

As of today the best img is Retro Arena. I am actively working on porting batocera to the OGU. She plays everything up to the Dreamcast with zero issues. GameCube has issues but will be worked out in time

William K.
Powerful Handheld

This Handheld device is one of the more powerful devices with the N2 hardware which is powerful enough to play ALOT of emulated systems/games that the RPi4 just cant do, especially N64 games which works very smoothly. BUT since this is a new system the Retropie Software is still being developed. For the person that posted UNUSABLE, you will need to flash a new OS that is configured to read ROMS from the SD Card. Try Retro Arena.

Fast, good quality build.

For retro gaming, this is hard to beat at this price point. Good feel in the hand and controls are great. Nice that it has built-in eMMC plus microSD support. Good OS support already, and more OS choices are becoming available to give this a lot of flexibility.

A great device

It's still being heavily developed for, but has made huge leaps forwards. Great things are coming for this device.


The Ultra is currently unusable as it is now. The Ubuntu image comes pre-flashed on the internal eMMC, which is nice, but you have to have all your ROMs on a microSD card. The OS image will not pick up the microSD card, leaving you unable to access your ROMs, and thus unable to actually play something on the device.

The Wiki remains un-updated on how to address this.

We will pass this on to the developer. However, it appears others are having no problem with this. Maybe this will help: