After being announced at CES 2020, Razer has launched their Kishi universal mobile controller.
The controller lets players enjoy their favourite mobile games with clickable analog thumbsticks, an array of face buttons and an 8-way D-pad. There are also two analog triggers and two bumper buttons.
Unlike Razer’s Junglecat controller, the Kishi for Android works with a wide variety of Android phones. Since the controller uses a direct USB-C connection, you should see minimal lag and ultra-low latency gameplay.
The Kishi for Android should work with Android phones such as:
- Google Pixel 2/2 XL/3/3XL/4/4XL
- Razer Phone 1 & 2
- Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/S9/S9+/S10/S10+/S20/S20+/Note 8/Note 9/Note 10/Note 10+
There’s also a USB-C pass-through port for charging your phone while using the Kishi.
The iOS version of the Kishi that has a Lightning port and compatible with the iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone XR/XS/XS Max.
The Razer Kishi for iOS will be available later this summer.