Razer has announced today that the Razer Phone and its mobile controllers are now compatible with Google Stadia. Stadia on 18 February detailed expanded support for new Android devices, with Razer following this up with updates for their controller support on the streaming platform. Play games on Stadia using Razer products like the Junglecat, Raiju Mobile and the new Kishi.
The original gaming smartphone in the Razer Phone, and its successor, the Razer Phone 2, are truly the ideal companions for mobile gamers with their 120Hz displays, dual-firing Dolby Atmos speakers and 4,000mAh batteries.
The Razer Kishi for Android is a universal wired mobile controller that was announced earlier this year. It along with the Raiju Mobile and Bluetooth-connected Junglecat will be compatible with Stadia. Experience enhanced gameplay with console-style controls.
Meanwhile, the Razer Cortex Mobile app launcher’s newest update from 7 February 2020 includes a new Analyzer. With the update, a new Analyzer will display Frames Per Second on the Analyzer tab in Gaming Mode during native app gameplay.
Should you be interested in using these Razer mobile products with Stadia, you can check the various availability through the Razer website. The Razer Kishi for Android has no announced price yet, but you can obtain the Razer Junglecat at $99.99 USD / €119.99 MSRP and Razer Raiju Mobile at $149.99 USD / €149.99 MSRP.