Samsung continues to dominate the smartphone market releasing plethora of innovations that arrive with regularity. This supremacy prolongs over large periods of time with the consistency levels associated with this South Korean manufacturing giant.
Along these lines, another such revelation marks its presence in this sizable product list. Samsung has released a Smartphone GamePad, which is a game controller for mobile phones. This revelation has been unveiled in selected European countries. It works with mobile devices ranging from 4- to 6.3-inches, allowing users to play games in a comfortable fashion than simply playing along touching the screen.
The itemized device constitutes an eight way d-pad, two analog sticks, four action buttons, two trigger buttons, and a select button, start button, and a play button. The GamePad can be connected with a Galaxy smartphone or tablet in conjunction to a NFC tag. Additionally, Samsung reports that this action can be performed promptly using the play button. Bluetooth pairing is the resourceful measure to connect with other Android phones.
Furthermore, a Mobile Console app has been built for use alongside the GamePad. This itemized application serves as a utility measure to check out apps which are compatible with the GamePad. Also, this allows for purchase of games. At present just after its launch, it has been reported that there are 35 dedicated games available. Samsung adds on further to report that more games are in the works and these will be announced in 2014. The list of available games includes EA’s Need for Speed Most Wanted, Gameloft’s Asphalt8: Airborne, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, SEGA’s Virtua Tennis Challenge, and many more.
Additionally reports also disclose that this Gamepad can be utilized with Galaxy devices connected to a TV using HDMI cable or AllShare Screen Mirroring. There is no information available on the pricing of this product. Also Samsung hasn’t divulged out any information on the specific regions that the Gamepad is slated to arrive in.