Google Announces When To Bring Stadia To Samsung, Asus And Razer Phones

Google announced Tuesday, that its Stadia Gaming Service ( Stadia ) will work on some other Android phones without its Pixel series.

The American technology giant Google said in a post : “The service will be available on some Samsung , Asus , and (Razer) phones , as of February 20, this day, tomorrow, Thursday. Google added that (Google Stadia Service) will work on 19 Android phones, all of which appear to be flagship or gaming phones”.

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The list of phones that will support the service includes 15 Samsung phones, namely:

  • Galaxy S8.
  • Galaxy S8 Plus.
  • Galaxy S8 Active.
  • Galaxy Note 8.
  • Galaxy S9.
  • Galaxy S9 Plus.
  • Galaxy Note 9.
  • Galaxy S10.
  • Galaxy S10E.
  • Galaxy S10 Plus.
  • Galaxy Note 10.
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
  • Galaxy S20.
  • Galaxy S20 Plus.
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The other four phones are:

  • Razer Phone.
  • Razer Phone 2.
  • Razer Cheryl 2.
  • Asus ROG Phone.
  • Asus ROG Phone 2.

With the addition of these 19 phones, the number of phones that support (Google Stadia) service becomes 26 phones, including:

  • Pixel 2.
  • Pixel 2 XL.
  • Pixel 3.
  • Pixel 3 XL.
  • Pixel 3i.
  • Pixel 4.

Noting that the application for the service on the iOS system is not currently allowed to play.

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It is also worth noting that, last January, Google had promised to launch more than 120 games into its service before the end of the current 2020. It announced 5 new games last week.