Google starts testing Stadia on non-Pixel devices

11 January 2020
Reportedly, users with OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy S10e have played on their phones.

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Love the Community, 12 Jan 2020Did you see all the tech news and did you hear what Reggie Fils-... moreI don't think so, i have it since about 2 months and it seem sooo good

YUKI93, 12 Jan 2020The future of gaming would be streaming? Nope, not gonna happen.It will be

TimApple, 12 Jan 2020I urge you to buy Stadia or wait till the free version and try i... moreI have Stadia since the first day and it's great !!! Did you even try it ??

Anonymous, 13 Jan 2020Stadia hate was bloated out of control due to youtubers. They ar... moreYeah, and with 5G coming, it will get only better.
and it is only "1st gen" so there is still a lot of things to fix.

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Anonymous, 13 Jan 2020Stadia hate was bloated out of control due to youtubers. They ar... moreImagine paying for data plan/drm just to play a single player game.

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Stadia user, 12 Jan 2020Not the case. Stadia works exceptionally well. No artefacts, no... moreOut of the frying pan (hardware upgrades) into the fire (discontinued support/online drm killed off).

  • Anonymous

Stadia hate was bloated out of control due to youtubers. They are so full of hate, and try to please the pc gamers.

Streaming is the future, even if so many deny it. Its really not that bad.

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TimApple, 12 Jan 2020I urge you to buy Stadia or wait till the free version and try i... moreNot the case. Stadia works exceptionally well.
No artefacts, no glitches or latency.
Theres a lot of assumptions and hate and, frankly, if it wasn't so prevalent it would be funny.
Just wait until Stadia Base, try a demo (itll happen, trust me) and you can see for yourself. Ignore the kids... this is going to save us from the senseless expense of constant iterative hardware upgrades.

  • Love the Community

Technologist, 12 Jan 2020I can't wait it and I believe, the future of gaming will be stre... moreDid you see all the tech news and did you hear what Reggie Fils-Aime said? Streaming will be good in another decade.

Technologist, 12 Jan 2020I can't wait it and I believe, the future of gaming will be stre... moreThe future of gaming would be streaming? Nope, not gonna happen.

  • TimApple

Technologist, 12 Jan 2020I can't wait it and I believe, the future of gaming will be stre... moreI urge you to buy Stadia or wait till the free version and try it yourself. The latency is straight up unplayable and the quality is not just bad but also suffers from terrible compression artifacts even on higher bandwidth connections.

The best way to realize how bad Stadia is, is to try it yourself.

Stadia isn't a streaming service like psnow where you pay monthly to play any game available. It actually requires paying full price of each game. I feel sorry for the ten people that use it

I can't wait it and I believe, the future of gaming will be streaming and Stadia is the best of streaming right now but it still now some improvements to be better

Well at my PC i have plenty of games via gog.com, uplay blizzard or steam no needs to rely on this.
Paying xyz bucks just for playing excluding any game is meh.
Its like playing World of Warcraft but that was game with most players any game ever had.
Maybe only dota had more.
This is dead like project tango and many else.

Stadia has something 20k active users. So it's pretty dead.

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Anonymous, 11 Jan 2020Stadia's 4k is just upscaled 1080p according to a major dev. ... moreIt's not fraud, you can kinda call it false advertising but technically 4k (upscaled, not true 4k) is there so it's a gray zone.

Anonymous, 11 Jan 2020Stadia's 4k is just upscaled 1080p according to a major dev. ... moreXbox does the same thing aswell

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Anonymous, 11 Jan 2020Stadia's 4k is just upscaled 1080p according to a major dev. ... moreto me it is...

I have a library of games and Stadia wants me to buy it again? Nope

  • Anonymous

Stadia's 4k is just upscaled 1080p according to a major dev.

That's fraud, isn't it?