With the seeming sit-down of Nintendo when it comes to a possible release of the Game Boy Classic (the device's 30th anniversary has already come and gone), hardware maker in retro gaming Analogue has taken the opportunity to develop its own Handback Announcing
According to Analogue, the device is intended to play virtually any portable cartridge-based game ever released at its high resolution (1600 x 1440-pixel) backlit LCD screen – without emulation.  Pocket will be "compatible with 2,780+ Game Boy, Game Boy Color & Game Boy Advance game cartridge cartridges" right out of the box and you will be able to play titles from Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, Atari Lynx and other systems through adapters for cartridges.
Along with the ability to run classic handheld games, Analogue says the device is also a "digital audio workstation with a built-in synthesizer and sequencer." The program, called Nanoloop, allows you to "shape, stretch and morph sounds" and is "designed to create music and perform live." You can watch a video of Nanoloop in action below.
It is likely that users will be able to save and load music through the built-in Pocket microSD card slot and while they have the ability to boot ROMs not formally listed as a feature of the Analogue website, that functionality looks likely ̵
In addition, the analog pocket will have its own Nintendo Switch-like dock that will allow you to connect the pocket device to a TV via HDMI. The dock will also sync with any wireless 8BitDo Bluetooth controller and you will also be able to connect cable controllers to the device via USB.