Google Stadia Is Finally Launching on Non-Google Phones

Ruben Fields
February 26, 2020

The only phones not included here are the recently-launched affordable flagships - Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. Official support for 13 Samsung phones, plus some Asus and Razer gaming phones, will arrive in a few days.

Originally, Stadia was only restricted to the Pixel line of devices, but now, the support has been expanded to include high-end models from Samsung and other brands as well.

Keep in mind that to be able to play games through Google Stadia, you must own them and live in one of the countries where the service went live not long ago: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United States, and the United Kingdom. The newest Galaxy S20 devices, including the massive Galaxy S20 Ultra, are included too.

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The company has announced support for a large number of Samsung phones, as well as Razer and Asus devices. Moving on to Razer, they have a far easier selection in devices, the Razer Phone and Razer Phone 2, and that's the lot. So, If you're a Stadia fanatic, and you've got one of these devices mentioned herein, you're in luck.

"You can also play on tablets, laptops, and desktops, as well as TVs through Google Chromecast Ultra".

Support for these mobile devices begins later in the 24 February - 1 March week. If you've already joined the world of Stadia, don't forget that Stadia Pro members can get Metro Exodus and Gylt for free in February. For Stadia users, mark the date, February 20.

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