Razer has made a number of other mobile oriented controllers recently like the Junglecat and the more traditional Raiju Mobile controller, but Kishi is the first to support iPhone with a lighting connector.
Currently Android 10 devices can utilize a DualShock 4 and Xbox Wireless controller but those do not give you a switch-like gaming experience like the Razer Kishi promises.
Services like Microsoft’s XCloud, Google Stadia and GeForce Now make pairing Rishi with your Android phone for the ideal mobile gaming setup.
There will be two versions of Kishi, the Android version will be available first and requires Android 8.0 Oreo or higher. The phones that are supported are the Samsung Galaxy S8,S8+,S9,S9+,S10,S10+S8,S8+,S9,S9+,S10,S10+,S20,S20+,Note 8,Note 9,Note 10,Note 10+, Google Pixel 2/2 XL,3,3XL,4,4XL.
Razer Phone 1 & 2 (grip inserts available from customer support). Other devices within supported dimensions of (H: 145.3 – 163.7mm, W: 68.2-78.1mm, D: 7.0-8.8mm).
A version of Kishi with a lighting connector for iPhones need iOS 9 or higher running on iPhone X, XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max.
Razer’s Kishi for Android is available now with the iPhone version coming this summer.
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