Nintendo's portable focus has been on devices like smartphones and the Nintendo DS for a while, but fans of the company's long-retired Game Boy can have something to look forward to soon.

Gaming hardware company Retro-Bit has launched the Super Retro Boy, a portable gaming device that will play old Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance cartridges. Externally, the device borrows the original Game Boy's form factor, with a standard D-pad and control buttons on the vertical plastic body. Updated features on the Retro Boy include an additional speaker, grips on the unit's sides and buttons for the Game Boy Advance triggers that are housed right below the A and B button row. 

The Super Retro Boy also sports steady specifications for a portable gaming device. Per Gizmodo, the Retro Boy is built with a 2,500 mAh rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of play time and a Gorilla Glass-based TFT HD display. The Retro Boy, which will come with a 10-in-1 cartridge, will be priced at a low $80 and is expected to be available this August.

Originally launched in 1989, the Game Boy was Nintendo's first major portable handheld gaming device. The lineup, which also featured 1998's Game Boy Color and 2001's Game Boy Advance as major updates, has been effectively retired as Nintendo has focused their mobile and home gaming efforts on other products.