Jan 16, 2014

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Samsung Launches Samsung GamePad in Korea

Samsung teased us with the Samsung GamePad for smartphone last month and the South Korean tech giant has just launched the Smartphone GamePad in South Korea.

The Smartphone GamePad transforms your Galaxy smartphone or tablet into a gaming console. It also allows you to connect your smartphone to your TV via HDMI cable or via AllShare Screen mirroring.


The Samsung Smartphone GamePad supports Galaxy mobile devices whose screen sizes ranges from 4 to 6.3 inches, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, S4 and SIII. The Smartphone GamePad connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth but takes advantage of the NFC capabilities of Samsung Galaxy smartphones running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS.

Some titles available for the Samsung Smartphone Gamepad includes EA’s Need for Speed Most Wanted, Gameloft’s Asphalt8 : Airborne, Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4 : Zero Hour, SEGA’s Virtual Tennis Challenge and Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia : The Shadow and the Flame.

The Samsung Smartphone GamePad sells for 85,000 won in Korea, that’s around Php 3,600.

Check out a video of the Samsung Smartphone GamePad below

Samsung Smartphone Gamepad Specs

Compatibility

Android OS 4.1 more (Optimized for Samsung devices with Android 4.3 more)

Connectivity

Bluetooth® v3.0, NFC(Samsung devices with Android 4.3 more)
3.0 class 2, HID

Control Keys

- D-Pad (8 way)
- 2 Analog Sticks
- 4 Action buttons and 2 Trigger buttons
- Select button and Start button
- PLAY button (Samsung devices with Android 4.3 more)

Dimension

137.78 x 86.47 x 31.80mm, 195g

Battery

Rechargeable 160mA

Color

Black

 

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