Monday, December 16, 2013

Samsung Smartphone GamePad for Android Device with Bluetooth 3.0

Turning a typical smartphone to a portable gaming console can really change our way of thinking towards its capability, right? Having a PSP-like gadget without a major changes on its entire structure would probably make a difference. Samsung introduces a GamePad controller for Android devices with Bluetooth 3.0 support.

According to Samsung's mobile press, it is capable of transforming some of Android 4.3-powered device to a portable gaming console. It enables streaming of videos from handsets to a wide-screened televisions through HDMI ports as well from AllShare Screen Mirroring app. Enhancing supports for multi-player video games by a much easier user interface.

Samsung Smartphone GamePad for Android Device

The Mobile Console app becomes accessible and in buying of any available online games. Adding convenieces in the part of users to acquire a new title through the Smartphone GamePad launcher. However, this machine is exclusively designed for Galaxy Note 3, S4, Note II, and SIII models.

Supported games through Mobile Console:
  • Need for Speed Most Wanted from EA
  • Asphalt 8: Airborne from Gameloft
  • Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour from Gameloft
  • Virtua Tennis Challenge from SEGA
  • Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame from Ubisoft
It is also available for download in Samsung Apps.

In addition, Smartphone GamePad is also compatible with Android 4.1 primarily designed for Samsung devices. And a Bluetooth 4.0 version is about to follow. It has a 160mAh rechargeable battery with Play button. Availability started in European market and prices varies on different regions.



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