Since its launch late last year, Google Stadia has only worked on select phones within the Google Pixel line. Beginning this week, however, the list of Stadia phones is going to grow significantly to include devices from Samsung, Asus, and Razer.The brand-new phones will start dealing with February 20, 2020. Coincidentally (or perhaps not), that’s just 24 hours before pre-orders start for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series.Here is the complete list of Google Stadia phones that will work with the video game streaming service starting on February 20: Samsung Galaxy S8 Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Obviously, although the Galaxy S20 series appears on the list, customers won’t yet have those phones. They hit shop racks on March 6.
Oddly, the list doesn’t include the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G nor the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. We connected to Google for clarity on this but it stated the list above is final currently. We assume these gadgets will also deal with Stadia, but we’ll require to wait until February 20 to understand for certain.Related: Google Stadia evaluation: This is the future of gaming, if you have the data for it If there will be any operating system restrictions to the older gadgets on the list, it’s also not completely clear. If someone is still running Android 7.0 Nougat on their Galaxy S8, will Stadia still work? The Galaxy S8 does not have Android 10, so it’s clear Stadia phones do not need to be on that to function.Regardless, if you own among the phones on that list, you’ll have the ability to enjoy Stadia beginning on Thursday. Let us understand if you’re going to take Stadia for a spin in the remarks below. More posts about Google Stadia