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December 17, 2013

Samsung launches GamePad for Galaxy devices

Samsung Electronics has launched the Smartphone GamePad and Mobile Console app to transform Galaxy smartphones or tablets into portable gaming consoles.

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The Smartphone GamePad features Bluetooth 3.0, NFC connectivity, a wide range of control keys. Users can just clamp their smartphone on the GamePad for portable gaming or connect their device to their TV using an HDMI cable or AllShare Screen Mirroring for a home console feel.

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In addition, the GamePad works in conjunction with the Mobile Console app to allow users to conveniently browse and purchase GamePad supported games like Need for Speed Most Wanted, Asphalt 8: Airborne, and Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour.

Samsung Smartphone GamePad specs:
Compatible with Android 4.1 – 4.3
Bluetooth 3.0
NFC 3.0 class 2
HID
D-Pad (8 way)
2 Analog Sticks
4 Action buttons and 2 Trigger buttons
Select button and Start button
PLAY button
137.78 x 86.47 x 31.80mm
195g
Rechargeable 160mA battery
Black

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The Smartphone GamePad is currently available in select European markets and will be available in additional regions in the coming weeks. Pricing is yet to be announced.

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7 Responses to “Samsung launches GamePad for Galaxy devices”

  1. JM says:

    hmmm…interesting. :) nba2k14! yeah baby!

  2. Real Gamer says:

    A gamepad that’s more expensive than the Moga Pro? No, thanks!

    Samsung’s pretty late with this.

  3. irv says:

    battery is ’160mA’? must be a typo.

  4. Hen-Sheen says:

    NBA2k is good but, I’ve preferred the NBA Live series. EA Sports, to the Game! PS4 only?

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