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Google Brings Game Streaming Service To Non-Google Phones

Google Stadia will very shortly be available to users of a select range of non-Pixel smartphones, as the company attempts to deliver the video game streaming service to a wider audience. 

Samsung owners are the chief beneficiary. From 20 February, Stadia will be accessible on the following Samsung devices: S8, S8+, S8 Active, Note 8, S9, S9+, Note 9, S10, S10+, Note 10, Note 10+, S20, S20 and S20 Ultra. 

Additionally, Stadia will unlock on Asus ROG Phone, ROG Phone II, Razer Phone and Razer Phone II. 

Google Stadia is a video game service that allows users to play games via an internet connection, streaming a video feed to their device while controlling gameplay with a wired or wireless gamepad. It was launched to a muted reception in North America late 2019 and is as-yet unavailable in Australia. 



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