Google Stadia Announces Mobile Devices For Games

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Google Stadia Announces mobile devices compatible with their games from February 20. (Picture: Google).

Google Stadia has announced a selection of mobile devices compatible with their games. From February 20, Stadia will be supporting Samsung, ASUS, and Razer. Also, the Samsung S20 will be available with Google Stadia titles too.

So, Stadia has released a list of all compatible devices for their games. It’s a lengthy one. First of all, there is the Samsung Galaxy S8’s, which include the +, Active and Note 8. The Samsung S9, (+ and Note9 included), as well as the S10 models, (S10E and  S1O+ also).

So, on we go. Samsung’s Galaxy Note10, the Note10+, S20, S20+, and Ultra edition models have also made the shortlist. Moving on to Razer, they have a far easier selection in devices, the Razer Phone and Razer Phone 2, and that’s the lot. 

Last but not least, there’s are ASUS Rog Phones, (I and II), and that closes off the list. So, If you’re a Stadia fanatic, and you’ve got one of these devices mentioned herein, you’re in luck.

Combined with Pixel 2, 3 and 4 devices, Google Stadia will allow players to experience games across a range of more than twenty different Android phones from February 20. Plus, they can be played on tablets, laptops, and desktops. It further includes TVs through Google Chromecast Ultra.

Support for these devices is set to begin later in the week. Plus, it doesn’t matter if you’re using Stadia’s Founder, or its Premiere Edition, or even a Stadia Buddy Pass, games can be enjoyed on all the new phones mentioned.

Yes, there are too many mobile devices out there to choose from right now, agreed. For Stadia users, mark the date, February 20.

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