PSP and PS Vita were Sony’s dominant handheld consoles, and it seems the company wants to get back into portable gaming hardware. The PlayStation Q Lite handheld device is still undergoing QA testing, according to a new report. Sony describes the new handheld device as a PlayStation 5 DualSense controller with an 8-inch LCD screen in the middle, but the catch is that it’ll only work with PlayStation Remote Play.

Without an internet connection, the device will not be able to play PS5 games on its own. It is not yet confirmed if it will be compatible with other cloud-based gaming platforms. According to the information provided, Sony’s PlayStation handheld could be a lot like Nintendo’s Wii U GamePad, which connects to the console through a modified low-latency Wi-Fi protocol and lets you play games on a smaller screen as long as you are on the same network.

The Project Q Lite will feature adaptive triggers as well as speakers, volume buttons, and a 3.5mm audio jack. There will be a 1080p screen with 60 frames per second. After the upcoming PlayStation 5 with a detachable disc drive rumored to be announced this September and before the PlayStation 5 Pro announcement in late 2024, Sony is expected to launch its new handheld device.