Feature Saitake 7007x
Compatible Brand/Model: Saitake 7007x
Model Number: STK 7007F
Interface Type: Bluetooth
Best Game Controllers for Android 2021
Even before the launch of Xbox Game Pass, having the best Android controllers were pretty important for mobile gamers. There are a slew of great Android games out there that can be enhanced with the help of a controller, and honestly, who really enjoys using the on-screen controls? Nevertheless, if you’re in the market for a new controller that can enhance your mobile gaming experience and take it to the next level, we’ve got you covered with the best Android controllers.
With Saitake 7007x phones that feature better specs than many computers, many game developers have taken over the Play Store. This has been evidenced by Call of Duty and Fortnite. You shouldn’t have to deal with a third-party plastic clip, though, if you want to play your phone like a real controller. With the Razer Kishi, you can turn just about any smartphone into a Nintendo Switch, and you don’t have to worry about Bluetooth connectivity slowing you down.
In our review of the Razer Kishi, Saitake 7007x we found that the Kishi hits just about every mark you could want in a game controller for Android. With cloud gaming becoming increasingly popular, you’ll be happy to know that the Kishi is one of the recommended controllers to use with NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW streaming service. Perhaps the best part is that you’ll never have to charge the Kishi as it plugs right into your smartphone. There’s even a pass-through USB-C port available if you start running out of juice.
While there are not many gripes to be had with the Kishi, Razer did miss the mark in a couple of places. Notably, you won’t be able to use the Kishi to play games on your computer. Plus, the USB-C passthrough port can only be used for charging, so there’s no way to plug in some headphones unless your phone has a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Best Android Controllers for Tournament Gaming
When you consider everything that the Razer Raiju Mobile brings to the table — dual Bluetooth and wired connections, four multifunction buttons that can be remapped to fit your needs, a hair-trigger mode for both left and right triggers, and a phone mount with a 60-degree tilt for comfortable viewing angles — the only thing that might give you pause is the price.
The Razer Raiju Mobile is a pro controller that feels perfectly balanced in your hand, even with a phone mounted. That makes this a great controller for extended gaming sessions, as does the 20+ hour battery life and the extra-long braided USB-A to USB-C cable that you can use to charge the controller as you game. The only issue I’ve had with it is sometimes the grip will block the volume controls or, in worst cases, put pressure on the power button.
Released as a premium accessory for the Razer Phone 2, the Raiju Mobile also works with two Android phones at once. That’s one of my favorite features about this controller; there’s a physical switch that lets you pair and connect to two different phones. It’s perfect if you intend to share this controller with other gamers.
SteelSeries has been delivering the best Bluetooth gaming controllers for Android, and the Stratus Duo is it’s latest and greatest. Once again, the company has designed a comfortable controller to hold. This time it’s with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and a Wi-Fi dongle that allows you to just as easily connect it to a PC to play your favorite Steam games.
The Duo has replaced the Stratus XL as my favorite SteelSeries controller for Android. To start, the controller has been redesigned to be more ergonomic, especially around the top. The shoulder buttons are comfortable, and the only thing missing is a phone mount (which is sold separately). Best of all, the rechargeable lithium-ion battery means I’m never left searching for AA batteries like I was with the XL.
If your childhood involved spending countless hours playing SNES, the 8bitDo SN30 is going to give you all the nostalgic feels.
The iconic Nintendo controller design is updated with Bluetooth connectivity that lets the 8BitDo SN30 Pro work with Android, Windows, macOS, Raspberry Pi, and even the Nintendo Switch. Such versatility will be especially valuable if you happen to have a collection of retro games you love to revisit. Not so good is the lack of a dedicated power switch or button for pairing — instead, you use the Start and Select buttons, and that can result in unpairing by accident.
The SN30 Pro does a great job of delivering all the modern features we’ve come to expect from a quality wireless controller. Not only do you get the familiarity and comfort of the beloved SNES controller, but it’s also available in all the classic colors of the GameBoy Color. Everything is powered by a rechargeable 480mAh battery, and pairing and resetting are accomplished using the Select button.
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