A beta version of the Samsung PlayGalaxy Connection has been launched – now available in the US and South Korea running on Galaxy Note10 Y Panui10 +. Many Samsung devices and devices (including tablets) will be supported soon.
PlayGalaxy can run any game running on your PC on your phone, so you can play it locally (via Wi-Fi) or on the go (4G at work, but 5G less will be better here) This is Samsung’s version for Nvidia GameStream and Steam Connection.
On the mobile side, you’ll need some Bluetooth support with old-school keyboards and mouse settings supported. In the most extreme cases, you can go back on the screen indicators, but the smaller ones are the best for the gaming desktop.
You can use a wireless Xbox controller (similar to the Sony Xperia 5’s connection to the DualShock 4). Samsung recommends checking the glap controllers Designed to fit Galaxy phones.
On the PC side, you’ll need a Windows 10 processor with at least an Nvidia GTX 1060, or an AMD Radeon 550, an Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and a gigabit router. The application installed on the PC will only create a list of pre-installed games (you can add games without losing the application).
You can go to PlayGalaxy.com for more details and links to download Windows 10 and Android apps.