Razer has announced the Kishi V2 designed specifically for Android smartphones, with an iPhone version confirmed later this year as well.
The structural design of the Kishi V2 integrates a pleasant grip in a portable form factor, providing more accessibility and an improved user experience to every mobile gamer. It is also designed for maximum compatibility and will work with current and upcoming Samsung and Google Pixel phones that are coming to market this year.
The controller offers the same low latency gameplay as its predecessor and delivers local or cloud game control via a USB-C connection, as well as pass-through charging ports that allow smartphone charging without disrupting gameplay.
What’s more, users can easily launch the latest Razer Nexus App with just a simple push of a button, which then provides quick access to installed games, immediate YouTube or Facebook streaming capabilities, compatible game discovery, and controller settings.
Check out the following list for the specification of the Kishi V2: