Commodore has carried forward its legacy for over twenty years now and from the looks of it, it is not going to give up easily. The brand continues to pop up now and then, as it launched a joystick for television in 2004.
Later, in the year 2011 the Commodore gaming PCs used retro keyboards and allowed players to feel nostalgic every time they played some modern games on it. Now, they are back with a new Android phone named Commodore PET, inspired by the original computer.
The phone sports a 5.5-inch display powered by a 1.7 GHz octa core processor from Mediatek and has a powerful 3000 mAh battery. If you love Android games, this is a great device to use for your requirements but the highlight is that it comes with special emulators. They allow you to play both Commodore 64 games as well as the Amiga games from the past.
Priced at $300, this is a nice mid-range phone to own that has 16 GB storage with micro SD card slot and a 13 megapixel camera. The only catch is that this is a previously released model named the Orgtec WaPhone that has the same specs but doesn’t have the emulators bundled inside it.