Samsung has finally launched the much awaited and long-rumoured GamePad and Mobile Console app for its famous Galaxy range of Android smartphones.
According to reports, the GamePad connects through Bluetooth. It has two analog sticks, a D-pad, four face buttons, two triggers and three function buttons. The device is best suited for Android 4.3 and above, but will work with all Android 4.1 Galaxy devices ranging as well. It will work on all devices ranging from 4-inches to 6.3-inches in size.
The GamePad works in alignment with the Mobile Console app. The gamepad gets activated by hitting the pad’s Play button. The app serves as a launch pad for the suitable titles.
As of now, GamePad and Mobile Console are compatible with 35 compatible games, with expectation of more to come in near future. Some of the confirmed titles include Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Asphalt8: Airborne, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Virtua Tennis Challenge, and Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame.
The GamePad is out in some of the European markets. It will be available in other regions in the next few weeks.