This looks interesting for the Rockchip RK3288 Omegamoon’s GitHub: LibreELEC test build for RK3288 and Omegamoon blog - LibreELEC on Rockchip RK3288
The Snapdragon 410, while the CPU is good (identical to the Rpi3), the GPU is a Adreno 306 with 21.6 GFlops. Which is slightly lower performing that the Rpi3. I would rather have a Snapdragon 600 or 800 with GPUs with GFlops 4x and 8x more, respectively. Though the 410 is probably getting support because it uses the Cortex A53 as the others use Qualcomm's Krait Cores. I don't think there will be a lot of sharing there. I am also interested in the RK3399 as that looks very promising for performance and power savings with 2xA73+4xA53 cores and a Mail860MP4 with 81.6 GFlops which supports OpenGL3 and Vulkan. If you didn't notice I am focusing a lot on GPU performance. As my end goal is to use Lakka which runs libretro (RetroArch) and is based on libreELEC. Gamegirl Part II: Back in the Game • Hackaday.io End goal for a quad core+ chip is a landscape layout with a 4.3-5.5" screen and analog sticks to play any game up to the PSP.