Samsung will announce its game streaming service next month. That said, the name PlayGalaxy Link was one of the first things we got to know. However, many more details are not known, or at least were not. Is that Samsung made a short video demonstrating its service on the Korean channel of Youtube.
Samsung PlayGalaxy Link: The new gaming service is coming!
Based on the video, this feature will be available first on the Galaxy Note 10 and no Galaxy Note 10+. As you can see in the clip, users will be able to stream games from PCs to smartphones. To do this, all you have to do is sign in to the PlayGalaxy Link app on your computer and launch the same app on your smartphone.
Both devices must be on the same Wi-Fi network and use the same Samsung account. Once set up, you can pause the game on your PC and continue playing on your smartphone.
Parsec has been reported to be the company responsible for the low latency technology used by PlayGalaxy Link.
The video also reveals the Galaxy Note 10 with a special controller attached.
Called Glap Controller, it is said to be made especially for Samsung, but it can also work with devices less than 7.5 inches in size and no more than 10.1 millimeters thick.
The controller has a D-pad and a joystick on the left, while on the right side are the XYAB action buttons and another joystick. There are also additional buttons like home button, play button and power buttons. Also noteworthy are the trigger buttons at the top. The controller has a battery life of 10 hours and also works with a PC with Windows. The Glap Controller costs about 79 Euros.
However, PlayGalaxy Link will be available for free when it launches in September. However it is not known if there will be exclusive games for this platform in the future.