If you’ve got an officially supported phone (that’s one “with center-mounted USB-C port and within the supported dimensions of 145.3 – 163.7 mm (Height) x 68.2–78.1 mm (Width) x 7.0 – 8.8 mm (Depth),” according to Razer) or if you’re confident in your modding skills, this is a great way to play mobile games. Hit the link below to pick one up. Subscribe to Android Police’s weekly newsletter, with the biggest stories, latest deals, and insight on the week’s news. Just enter your email below.
The controller doesn’t have Bluetooth: It connects to your phone by USB, which eliminates the (very minor) latency a wireless connection introduces. But that also means you can’t use it for anything but your phone — it can only connect by USB, and the pass-through charging port doesn’t support data at all. It also doesn’t fit every phone; the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, for example, don’t work — though some users have reported success modifying the controller to fit larger devices.