According to Insider Gaming, Sony is developing a new handheld gaming device codenamed Q Lite, which will require a PlayStation 5. You’d expect Sony’s new portable game console to rely on cloud gaming, but instead the Q Lite uses Remote Play to connect to the PlayStation 5.

The Q Lite will support adaptive video streaming at up to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, but will require a constant internet connection. The physical design of the device will resemble the PlayStation 5 controller, but with a large 8-inch touchscreen in the center. The Q Lite will have adaptive triggers for haptic feedback, volume buttons, speakers, and an audio-in jack, among other features.

Insider Gaming reports that the Q Lite is currently undergoing testing and is expected to be released before the PlayStation 5 Pro is announced. It’s part of Sony’s “phase two PS5” hardware offering, which will also offer a removable PS5 drive, Project Nomad (wireless earbuds) and Project Voyager (wireless headset). The PlayStation 5 Pro is expected to be released in 2024.