Google Stadia expands to Samsung, Asus and Razer phones

Michail, 19 February 2020

Google Stadia is officially supported on non-Pixel phones. The cloud gaming service is gaining support for 20 new devices headlined by Samsung, Asus and Razer tomorrow. Samsung has the most supported smartphones with 16 entries ranging from the Galaxy S8 and Note8 all the way to the latest S20 series phones. Both of Asusí ROG phones as well the Razerís gaming phones are also supported.

Google Stadia compatible device list expands with Samsung, Asus and Razer phones

Full list of supported devices:

There is no word on further expansion but Google has been quite open about its plans to bring Stadia to as many devices as possible. The service is currently live in 14 countries around the world, including: The US, UK, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Sweden.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous

everyone would want to use a flagship the device as a Stadia device because it's a top performer.

Will Sony open the god of war? INo chance I would say. GOW is one of the first party exclusives and big drawing name for PlayStation. Sony aint gonna make it available to anybody but PS users.

Why didn't they make it compatible with low end devices? Flagships are already fast enough,no one would like to use it on a top performer device.