Samsung Galaxy S21 series and the Note 20 Series have now been added to the list of Google Stadia compatible devices. Google Stadia is a cloud gaming service that allows users to stream games with up to 4K resolution at 60FPS through its data centres.
Google Stadia is available only in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary.
There are a few smartphones that are compatible with Google Stadia and the Samsung Galaxy S21 series and Note 20 series are the latest additions to this list. Samsung’s Tablets are also now supported by Google Stadia. You can check whether your device is supported or not by clicking here.
Stadia can also be used on TV and Streaming devices like Chromecast, Nvidia Shield TV, Xiaomi Mi Box3 and Mi Box4, etc. And if that was not enough, you can also use Stadia on iPhones and iPads. Read this guide by Google to know more about Stadia on iOS.
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Google has been working on Stadia for quite a while now. As it is a cloud gaming service, good internet connectivity is a must and that is why we suppose it has been limited to certain regions. With everything said, Google Stadia is still not available on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series. The Fold series from Samsung provides the most screen real estate when unfolded and come with flagship processors.
What are your thoughts on Google Stadia? Have you played any games using the streaming service? Let us know in the comments below.