Samsung Galaxy Note10's game streaming app is coming in September

14 August 2019
You will be able to play your PC games from your Galaxy Note10.

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  • krystian

You can already do this with Steam. You just need a bluetooth controller.
Most people have the majority of their PC games on steam.

  • Chris

But I very well can imagine Teamfight Tactics to be played on the device

Original, 17 Aug 2019the controller is the Dragon Slay TITANThx for the info bud....

  • Original

Ngmillward, 15 Aug 2019Hi can anybody please tell me which controller is being used in ... morethe controller is the Dragon Slay TITAN

Ok, these companies are making average people depend on their smartphones way too much.

I cant even imagine playing League of Legends or Dota 2 on a Note 10 phone.
Just not possible.

Haha funny.
I bet it cant run DarkSouls series latest doom which come this year or the next GOTY game for gearbox which is Borderlands 3.
Gaming any of theses on such a small screen will be either impossible or useless.

Hi can anybody please tell me which controller is being used in the video?

I wonder what game genre this feature fits the most? For me its much of a gimmick, unless they let you use your phone as a 2nd player on a multiplayer game

DonAKG, 14 Aug 2019Yes, for gamer(s) and geeks. its a new feature. It was around 30 years ago gamers were geeks. Gamers is now everybody. Just look at the revenue at tournaments these days. They even show those tourneys at channels like Sky Sports.

xtnsion, 14 Aug 2019What future my friend this is old stuff, they copy this from pla... moreI said feature. btw Samsung has a large eco system they will implement over time to.

  • Coffmad

Just use the currently available Steam link app on the Playstore, does the same thing and has most bugs sorted out already

The usefulness and appeal of a feature is determined not by who implements it first, but who implements it better.

I hope Samsung has done a good job in this regard. This could actually mean increased PC sales if efforts are channeled in right direction. Especially when game-streaming services like Stadia have the potential to make gaming PCs obsolete.

  • xtnsion

DonAKG, 14 Aug 2019Yes, for gamer(s) and geeks. its a new feature. What future my friend this is old stuff, they copy this from playstation app if you only stream the games that are you playing at home

I wonder if it will support my crappy country's LTE data speed.

Amirboli, 14 Aug 2019Is it usefull ????????Yes, for gamer(s) and geeks. its a new feature.

Is it usefull ????????

  • RikuTheBoy

Looking Forward To It...I Hope It Will Give Us A Great Experience.Good Luck Samsung!